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The Reasons for Recycling – Why We Should All Care About Recycling

The reasons/ arguments in Favour of Recycling – What you need to know! By now, we’re familiar with the ecological and environmental arguments for recycling, not only to benefit ourselves but also the future generations. Although responding to our personal responsibilities in this way is a good thing, there is still the wider community conscience […]

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Tharsus Glass Crushing Units Under Development Will Improve Recycling by Restaurants Bars and Clubs

Tharsus engineering is introducing an innovatory glass crushing unit, for the commercial recycling of glass in a new five year contract win with Ekko Glass Crush and Collect. The engineering firm has partnered with the Scottish-based recycling experts to design and manufacture their own brand of glass compacting units.

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Things We Can Do to Help the Environment and Save Money

‘Whether it’s vegetable peelings, coffee jars, shampoo bottles or food waste, there are lots of items we can recycle.’ 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, and help the environment: […]

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Waste Re-Use is Top of the EU List for Sustainable Waste Management New Cork Initiative is One of the Few to Implement

Waste Matchers launch SMILE. Waste Matchers – the re-use project – has announced a new service called the SMILE Network. The SMILE Network encourages collaboration between businesses through networking events in order to save costs and help the environment. At these events, businesses can offer items such as surplus products, byproducts, reusable items, office/warehouse space […]

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Zero Waste Target Announced for Scottish Coca-cola Plant

Coca-Cola’s Scottish factory announced plans to completely stop sending waste to landfill by the end of 2011 – another significant step towards making Scotland a zero waste society. The plant in East Kilbride, whose products include Coca-Cola, Fanta, Dr Pepper and Sprite, will improve its recycling facilities and work with an external waste contractor to […]

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