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Trash to Treasure: Upcycling Courtesy of GD Environmental & Art Students at Coleg Y Cymoedd!

11.06.19

For the second year running we donated a skip full of scrap to the art students at Coleg Y Cymoedd, who turned raw materials into a broad range of creations as part of their upcycling projects Jeremy Spencer, a 3D Lecturer in Art & Design at Coleg Y Cymoedd, visited our Newport site for a...

GD ENVIRONMENTAL GOES ‘OUT OF THIS WORLD’

11.06.19

GD Environmental, Wales’ leading indigenous waste management company has taken the use of waste to a whole new level by supporting production companies, Studiocanal and Urban Myth Films, in the making of a new War of the Worlds contemporary drama Utilising 49,000 sq ft of space at one of GD...

Plastic…A Dirty Word!

23.05.18

Oliver Hazell, Managing Director of GD Environmental talks about the required focus if Wales is to win its ‘War on Waste’  The Welsh Government should be applauded for its recent announcement detailing plans to reduce waste and further develop Wales’ capacity for recycling After all, Wales...

We bet you didn’t know these items could be recycled!

15.03.18

The UK Government are looking towards a ‘green future’ with a 25 year plan to ‘improve the environment’ which focuses heavily on decreasing the amount of disposable ‘avoidable’ plastic waste to help protect the planet Although plastic is the largest contributor of waste, there are...

A photo of Japanese Knotweed.

How To Deal With Japanese Knotweed

06.03.18

Japanese Knotweed can become a real nightmare for homeowners across the UK Here at GD, we want to make sure our customers are aware of the problems that Japanese Knotweed can cause and also that we can help to treat it What is Japanese Knotweed Japanese Knotweed is a fast-growing weed that is...

Simple Ways to Cut Down Your Waste & Save Money During Lent

07.02.18

February marks the start of Lent, a Christian tradition which begins on Ash Wednesday (14th February), and finishes on Holy Saturday (29th March) The season is focused on giving something up for forty days, and more often than not, people use Lent to give up on indulgences that they often take...

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