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First recycling centre of its kind

Thursday, 30 April 2015 13:49:57 Europe/London

Who doesn’t love finding out about something that’s the first of its kind? And when it’s something that will help to increase recycling figures and work toward creating a greener world, then all the better!

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Posted By Adam

Edible Cities

Monday, 30 March 2015 16:22:19 Europe/London

Edible cities are becoming increasingly popular. The mission is noble and positive: to increase awareness and actual levels of self-sustaining communities and educate in the importance of growing your own food, all while making neighbourhoods more attractive and strengthening communities.

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Posted By jon davis recently conducted research into The Top 10 Greenest Places to Live in Europe. You can see the results through our infographic below.

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Posted By Adam

We're in The Independent!

Thursday, 12 February 2015 18:52:33 Europe/London

Bristol has been named Europe’s sixth greenest city by a recent study. How do we know that the data in this study is reliable? Because it's ours!

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Posted By sobananapenguin

Paper and cardboard

Friday, 30 January 2015 09:33:37 Europe/London

If we recycled every piece of cardboard we use in a year, the positive environmental impact would be massive. 

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Posted in Education & Tips By sobananapenguin

Recycling kits designed with you in mind

Wednesday, 31 December 2014 15:10:49 Europe/London

Our recycling kits combine excellent products that work together perfectly, whilst also offering great savings. See, it costs us the same to send you one bin as it does three or four, so we’ve created bundles that pass the savings on to you. This makes the entire process a doddle, from ordering the right kit to suit your needs, to using it on a daily basis.

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Posted By MIchelle

Handy tips for saving paper

Sunday, 23 November 2014 00:00:03 Europe/London

Money doesn’t grow on trees. Really, it doesn’t. Banknotes aren’t made from paper; they’re made from cotton paper, which is cotton rag sometimes mixed with linen, abaca and other textile fibres. There, you just learnt something.

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Posted in Education & Tips By Sam

Are You Making the Most of Recycling in the Kitchen?

Friday, 31 October 2014 13:46:33 Europe/London

Of all the rooms in the home, the kitchen has to be one of the most frequently-used rooms of them all. Most of us start the day with breakfast of some kind (even if it’s just a coffee in a mug-to-go), while lunches can be prepared to take with us or eat in the house if we’re at home. Dinnertime brings with it a whole other challenge as we cook food, clear away, wash the dishes and try to get the room back to looking like normal.

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Posted in Education & Tips By David Tomkins

How to Create Smart Recycling Targets for your Business

Friday, 24 October 2014 11:49:41 Europe/London

When it comes to recycling at home, we all adhere to the rules and suggestions laid down by our local councils. This makes good sense and it makes life easier for us too. They provide the required bins, bags and crates (depending on the area and how they approach recycling) and we use the items provided to divide our rubbish and recycle as much as we can. Simple.

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Posted in Education & Tips By jon davis

The rind is a terrible thing to waste

Saturday, 18 October 2014 14:58:28 Europe/London

Despite dads around the world raising disbelieving eyebrows at leftover beef, and mums repeating their mantra that eating greens aids growth and strength, it’s easy to let some food go to waste. This needs to stop!

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Posted in Education & Tips By sobananapenguin

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