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The Future of Dry Mixed Recycling

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Late 2017 saw China announce changes in quality on imported materials in a bid to clean up the countries environment. Imposing a worldwide ban on the import of 24 types of plastic and paper waste has caused many issues for waste management businesses. The UK recycling industry has previously sent around 494,000 tonnes of plastic […]

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Increased Quality of Recycling sent to China

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  The dominant position China holds in global manufacturing means that for many years, China has also been the largest global import of many types of recyclable materials. China’s dominance in manufacturing means that for years it has been the world’s largest importer of recyclable materials. In 2016, it imported 7.3m tonnes of waste plastic […]

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Waste Management tips for Facilities Managers, Building Managers and Caretakers

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  Up to 56% of UK businesses are not fully compliant with their legal responsibilities under the waste management legislation. Facilities Managers, Building Managers and Caretakers can help businesses to avoid serious fines by improving their premises waste management efforts. Just one simple change could save your business from hefty fines and landfill tax costs. […]

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Recycling your Rubbish this Christmas

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It’s no surprise that during the festive season we accumulate more waste than we do throughout the rest of the year. With partying, hosting and general Christmas celebrations happening throughout December, your house will be jam-packed over the festive season. Whether you need to know the right type of wrapping to put in your green […]

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What is Dry Mixed Recycling? (DMR)

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Dry Mixed Recycling is a way of disposing of clean and uncontaminated recyclable materials, giving schools, colleges and businesses the ability to embrace recycling. Whilst it may be convenient, many businesses put all their rubbish into one bin, this contaminates your recyclable materials. More likely than not, the general waste your company produces includes paper, […]

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