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A few things you might not know about recycling

Britain and the world's recent record on waste is really quite rubbish. Since the 1960s the amount of rubbish we create has gone up by 500%, meaning that the average UK household produces around a tonne of waste per year. What’s more, the kind of rubbish we now produce is much more difficult to break down compared to fifty years ago.

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Encourage green thinking in the workplace

Whilst improving your personal recycling habits can be tricky, convincing the rest of the office can prove even more difficult. However, whether you’re facing stubborn bosses, paper hoarders or technophobes, we’ve rounded up our best tips to create an environmentally friendly workspace.

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Brighton Boasts a Big Belly

Brighton has become the latest city to invest in Bigbelly technology. The solar powered bins are revolutionising rubbish and are able to contain eight times as much as a conventional bin.

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How to Engage Young People with Recycling

Recent surveys have suggested that young people are the least likely generation to recycle, and that some have an indifferent attitude towards it. Is this true and, if so, why? Furthermore, how can councils and waste companies get their recycling message across to the new generation?

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