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Recycling Roundup 21st August

Monday, 21 August 2017 09:11:07 Europe/London

This weeks recycling news features some big news on the future of recycling batteries within the UK, a new partnership for PepsiCo in the US to help increase recycling rates across the country and a story about a scheme in Northern Ireland to help build, schools and health clinics in West Africa.  

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Posted in Recycling Roundup By Adam

Recycling Roundup 4th August

Monday, 7 August 2017 09:34:26 Europe/London

This weeks recycling roundup features a story coming from Birmingham City Council where they are sending tonnes of recycling to landfill just to clear rubbish from the street, all this was down to a dispute between the council and refuse collectors, which has now entered its 4th week.  

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Recycling Roundup 24th July

Monday, 24 July 2017 10:18:16 Europe/London

The biggest story coming out of the news this week has been the controversy that has rised in Sheffield regarding Veolia.  A leak in the system allegedly showed that the company diverted material that was intended for recycling ending up going to the incinerator.  

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Posted in Recycling Roundup By jon davis

Recycling Roundup 10th July

Monday, 10 July 2017 10:35:30 Europe/London

Bridgend Council are still in the news this week but for all the wrong reasons, we covered it a couple of weeks ago and still residents are not happy with the service they are paying with, especially if their waste is containing used nappies,  

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Recycling Roundup 26th June

Thursday, 29 June 2017 09:50:10 Europe/London

One of the main stories this week features a new recycling scheme that according to residents is not working and because of this there is rubbish piling up on the streets, one resident even took to social media to post a picture of her uncollected food waste caddy containing maggots.  

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Recycling Roundup 12th June

Monday, 12 June 2017 08:53:47 Europe/London

This weeks recycling news takes features a story on a zoo starting a mobile phone recycling scheme to help highlight the problem of small e-waste on the environment, and a Hull recycling centre which is going to be closed for 2 days a week despite there being an increase of flytipping.

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Recycling Roundup 15th May

Monday, 15 May 2017 09:05:23 Europe/London

In the recycling news this week we take a look at 2 big stories, 1 which includes the potential danger batteries can cause when they are not recycled correctly, and the other looks at the coffee company Nespresso and how they are trialing a pod recycling scheme when you sign up the Nespresso Club.  

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Posted in Recycling Roundup By jon davis

Recycling Roundup 1st May

Tuesday, 2 May 2017 09:04:31 Europe/London

One of the biggest stories that appeared this week came from Wales, Wales have a high recycling rate and threatened to fine any councils which did not meet this targets and 3 councils failed to do so.  However on this occasion they refused to fine the local councils which has drawn some criticsm.  

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Recycling Roundup 17th April

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 09:54:50 Europe/London

One of the most covered stories over the recent weeks is regarding councils making waste collection changes, most have been met with unhappy residents, but in some cases it works out for the better.  East Devon had a new weekly recycling scheme introduced which then led their general waste bin being collected every 3weeks, as a result their recycling went up to 59% from 44%. 

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Recycling Roundup 27th March

Wednesday, 29 March 2017 12:00:00 Europe/London

In this weeks edition of Reycling Roundup we feature one of the biggest stories to originate from last week, a new plant in West Bromwich has opened up which enables the site the facility to recycle, nappies as well as feminie hygiene products, which when in landfill can take up to 500 years to degrade naturally

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Posted in Recycling Roundup By jon davis
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