An Eco-minded Tradesmen/Handymen Service
"We aim to reduce waste in the building industry and help the community become more self-sufficient by finding affordable solutions using permaculture principles"
Sustainable Tradies is an Eco Tradesmen/Handymen Service that has emerged as a response to the excessive waste of resources that exits in local industries and households.
" Our mission is to provide a product/service in which the community and the environment are the priority ".
We prioritise the environment by:
Reusing different types of construction materials that are still in good conditions but unfortunately are wasted and sent to landfill
Creating products and repairing from waste, sourcing some of the materials from residential and commercial waste, salvaged yards and verge collections. From here we can obtain a significant number of reusable items and turn any kind of waste in something useful
Conserving energy and reducing the need to consume more primary natural resources.
We prioritise the community by:
Providing an affordable price
Encouraging people to reduce their waste, reuse materials, grow their own food, have chooks
Including people in social and economical disadvantage, providing opportunity to participate.
In conclusion, by reusing materials, creating products from waste, encouraging people to grown their own food and providing "affordable prices". We believe we are meeting the principles of sustainability and the triple bottom line (Social-Environmental-Economic).
This is a sustainable business model. We take sustainability seriously throughout each facet of the business and we are proud to have best environmental practice at heart and encourage the community to become more self-sufficient
To do this possible we make sure that our teams of Tradies and handymen are eco-minded people with a great passion for sustainability and environment.
If you need some work done or if you think you are a sustainable tradie and would like to be part of the team do not hesitate in contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org