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Aussie Industries join the Olympic family

Aussie Industries join the Olympic family

Sydney Olympic Football Club is delighted to welcome Aussie Industries as a major partner for the 2019 season. Aussie Industries is a locally owned waste management company that was established in 1987. The business is proudly Aussie owned and operated by a team with over 15 years’ experience working in the waste management industry. Aussie Industries…

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Convoy For Kids - 2018

Convoy For Kids - 2018

We are extremely proud to be the major sponsors for CONVOY FOR KIDS in 2018 and for participating in the Truck Convoy which is the major fundraiser held on Sunday 21st October 2018 ,  such a great cause and a fantastic community event. This years convoy was organised by Convoy For Kids, a group of…

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Aussie Skips, has partnered with The Kids’ Cancer Project to fund bold science to find better treatments and a cure.

Aussie Skips, has partnered with The Kids’ Cancer Project to fund bold science to find better treatments and a cure.

Sydney metro waste management company, Aussie Skips, has partnered with The Kids’ Cancer Project to fund bold science to find better treatments and a cure. Kicking off from 1 September, the start of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, the locally owned and managed rubbish removal and recycling company will donate 50 cents to the independent national charity…

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Today Show - Knafeh Bakery was Baking & Shaking live @ Aussie Skips

Today Show - Knafeh Bakery was Baking & Shaking live @ Aussie Skips

We all woke up with the Today Show this morning!! Knafeh Bakery setup at Aussie Skips and kicked off the morning with a taste of what is to come for the next fortnight. We can’t wait! Come and support our family business with your family and friends!

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Skipping Ahead - Trailer Magazine MARCH 2018

Skipping Ahead - Trailer Magazine MARCH 2018

March 2018 issue. Economic and population growth has contributed to a rise in demand for waste management services throughout New South Wales, according to environmental studies*, which analysed Australian economic activity between 2006-2015. “Much of our economic growth can be attributed to population growth but, for all states and territories, the economy grew faster than…

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