The things we all should really be doing in order to reuse and recycle our own garbage, including when money is tight.
Tag Archives | environment
Still millions of people and companies all over the world that have yet to understand the potentially highly negative impact of landfill problems. Plus a plea for YOU to Recycle at home.
Because of global warming, pollution, diminishing forests, and a limited supply of natural resources, people are becoming more aware of the importance of protecting the environment. Waste in the environment affects the air, water, land, animals, plants, and humans. When we use the environment as a waste dump, we take away land from wildlife, pollute […]
Wasteful ways The UK has a colossal national wastage but as Recycle Now – the organisation that encourages us to think before we bin – is keen to stress, this could easily be reduced: ‘Whether it’s vegetable peelings, coffee jars, shampoo bottles or food waste, there are lots of items we can recycle.’ In fact […]
Don’t miss out on your chance to register for the forthcoming SORP event – only 1 week left to book your place! Final programme now available.
The UK Biofertiliser Certification Scheme provides guarantee to customers, farmers, food producers and shops that biofertiliser is safe and of high quality.
Read this AND reply to us to help a student to provide a balanced view of ‘what works’ and ‘ what doesn’t work’ for when fires break out in landfill sites containing MSW, C&D. Industrial and tyre wastes.
Two big Waste Processing Facilities have been halted after UK County Council plans have been derailed well into these projects. The question is asked when our society which produces so much waste will take responsibility for dealing with it in their local area, even when enormous sums are about to be spent on a new […]
The Welsh Assembly Government has announced a £800,000 package to help reduce the amount of waste being sent to landfills in Wales of which £100,000 to help Merthyr Tydfil County Borough Council. In Merthyr Tydfil, the funding will be used for a door-knocking campaign to encourage more households to recycle. The remainder of the £800,000 […]