Certified product disposal, or product destruction service as it is sometime called, is a process whereby products are destroyed or disposed of and the process is authenticated in order to ensure that the product is not being resold or utilized illegally. Product destruction is needed for a variety reasons.
Wood waste include pallets, crates, boxes, furniture and wood planks used in construction.
Food waste refers to food that completes the food supply chain up to a final product, of good quality and fit for consumption, but still doesn't get consumed because it is discarded, whether or not after it is left to spoil or expire.
Soil arising from earthworks and groundworks excavations
Hardcore is the term used to describe the mass of solid, not easily degraded materials of low absorbency that is employed in creating a base for heavy load-bearing stone and concrete floors. This includes outdoor areas such as driveways or garage floors.
Horticultural waste refers to tree trunks and branches, plant parts and trimmings generated during the maintenance and pruning of trees and plants all over Singapore.