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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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Metal Recycling: The Facts

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Metal recycling is a particularly valuable recycling service as many metals can be reused repeatedly, saving on costs associated with using raw materials. Did you know that recycling one aluminium can, saves enough energy to run a TV for 3 hours. Steel and aluminium are two of the most common types of metal, however recycling […]

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Computer Recycling and The Law

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When it comes to laptops and computers, recycling just one really makes a difference to the environment. As well as saving households and businesses a lot of power, you may be surprised to know that various precious metals can be recovered from computers, including copper, silver and gold.   Computers also contain materials including glass […]

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What is WEEE?

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Your electrical waste needs to be recycled. Introduced by the EU in 2002 to address the environmental impacts of unwanted electrical and electronic equipment at end-of-life disposal.   Electrics contain many hazardous materials which need to be disposed of in a responsible manner.   WEEE – Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment WEEE Recycling is end-of-life […]

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