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How to Recycle More at Christmas

Friday, 15 December 2017 10:30:40 Europe/London

What can you do more when it comes to recycling at christmas?  We have crafted some handy tips on how to recycle certain things at christmas, from old christmas cards to the leftover turkey.  

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Household Waste Recycling Increases in England

Thursday, 14 December 2017 10:10:39 Europe/London

The household recycling rate in England has rised in just above 45% for 2016/17 after dropping last year, this is partly down to the increase in the use of energy from waste facilities and separate food waste collections.  This is generally the creation of energy from waste that we throw away just by using combustion ot produce heat, steam or electricity, this includes fuels like methane and ethanol.  

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Posted By MIchelle

Tetra Pak's Drive for Sustainability

Wednesday, 13 December 2017 09:46:32 Europe/London

In terms of packaging, Tetra Pak is one of the most recognisable, since 1951 the company has strived to provide safe and high quality packaging, but they have also seen a need to move with the times.  In 2010 they have set a target of 40% by 2020, to which they have already reached 25%.  

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Posted By Sam

Are You on the Naughty or Nice Environmental List This Year

Monday, 11 December 2017 09:46:01 Europe/London

Christmas is that time of year where everyone kicks back and relaxes, but have you thought how christmas can affect the environment, do you dispose of your leftover turkey or do you salvage the rest and dispose correctly and do you recycle your christmas cards or do you just throw them away?  Below is a fun mini quiz to find out if you are on the naughty or nice list.

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Posted in Education & Tips By Adam

Malta is Europe's Worst Recycler

Wednesday, 6 December 2017 09:23:38 Europe/London

Malta is Europe's worst recycler, only 6.7% of all waste in malta  despite there being a push towards better waste management, to put it in context the average in Europe is 45%.  The Environment Minister said that recycling would become compulsory under new waste legislation that is currently being drafted.  

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Posted By Michelle

Recycling Roundup 4th December

Monday, 4 December 2017 09:23:15 Europe/London

A brand new recycling service in Bath and North East Somerset has seen levels of recycling in the area rocket, since the new service started on the 6th November an extra 10 tonnes of rubbish have been collected on each day.  The new service has proven so popular that the council  have had to hire more staff to distribute boxes.  

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Posted in Recycling Roundup By Adam

Belgium is Streets Ahead When it Comes to Recycling

Friday, 1 December 2017 09:28:54 Europe/London

According to latest statistics, Belgium is one of the mos prolific recyclers in Europe with a whopping 81% compared to the average of 65% and this is mainly down to stringent waste regulations, sorting of waste is compulsory which makes the recycling element easier.  

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Posted By Jon

Leeds Council Considers Its Options Over Falling Recycling Rates

Wednesday, 29 November 2017 09:06:10 Europe/London

Leeds council are reviewing the city's recycling strategy after the recycling rates in the city plummeted.  After reaching 44% in the last decade, the rates dropped to 38% in the last 2 years and it now looks like they are going to fail with the national target of 50% by 2020.  

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Posted By Sam

Recycle Your Remembrance Poppies at Sainsburys

Monday, 27 November 2017 09:05:41 Europe/London

Sainsbury's have been supporting the Poppy Appeal for more than 20 years and raised £3.2 million through collections and selling of merchandise last year.  Sainsbury's are the only place you can recycle poppies, they can be broken down and recycled or repurposed into new poppies for the following year.  

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Posted in How To Recycle By Adam

Isle of Wight Council Urge Residents to Recycle their Food Waste

Friday, 24 November 2017 09:32:01 Europe/London

The Isle of Wight Council has joined forces with a Amey to encourage people to make good use of their food recycling.  Figures now show that UK households throw 7.3 million tonnes of food every year.  The council say that they think residents don't realise how much of a difference they can make by recycling their food waste.  

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Posted By Adam

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