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Blue Planet II – Small Changes Make A Difference


Packaging is an essential resource used for protecting produce and providing information for consumers Once packaging has served its purpose and disposed of, most people don’t give it another thought However, given the topical problem of too much plastic in our oceans, very much brought to light...

Why Plastic Recycling is more important than ever!


Have you ever thought about just how much plastic we use on a daily basis If you think about your morning alone: your plastic toothbrush you used to brush your teeth, the plastic bottle of milk used for your cup of tea this morning, your cards in your purse/wallet… the list is endless Plastic...

How to dispose of aerosols safely


Aerosol cans are made up of approximately 60% tinplated steel and 40% aluminium, both of which are recyclable metals With an estimated 600 million aerosols being used in the UK each year, aerosols are evidently a big opportunity in the recycling world! Since aerosols contain liquid or gas, which...

Why You Should Never Throw Away Your Old Electronic Devices


As the electronic technology market develops, people are fast to ditch their old electronic devices for the latest model But what happens to all the old devices The fastest growing waste stream in the UK, electronic waste, also known as WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment), is...

Recycle, Recycle, Recycle!


We recycle over 96% of all collected waste We currently recycle over 96% of all collected dry waste at our Newport and Llanelli recycling and transfer stations, forging our reputation as one of the most efficient waste-sorting company in Wales 5 Eco-friendly tips for your office: Buy a...

Just how dangerous is Asbestos?


What exactly is Asbestos Asbestos was used extensively as a building material in Great Britain from the 1950s through to the mid-1980s Although some of this material has been removed over the years, there are many thousands of tonnes of asbestos still present in buildings today Why is it...

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