You’re probably used to seeing depressing headlines about recycling, but what about the good things that are being done all around the world to make recycling a way of life...
The supermarket giant Asda is trialling an instore charity clothing shop, dubbed 'Re-Loved', in its Milton Keynes store for the next four weeks in a bid to encourage customers to recycle their unwanted clothes.
Thousands of residents in Nottingham are set to get so-called communal ‘ultimate bins’ to replace the current orange plastic bags that are in use.
The Royal Society of Chemistry has warned that if we don’t start recycling our old electronic devices, the raw materials needed to make them might run out.
Innovative recycling bins for cigarettes have been installed in Horsham town centre as part of the TerraCycle cigarette recycling scheme.
High Street Retailer M&S has launched a recycling campaign for bras and is encouraging customers to deposit their old undies in the in-store ‘Shwop boxes.’
Shaving giant Gillette has launched the UK’s first razor recycling scheme in partnership with the recycling company TerraCycle.
As many as half a million plastic bottles could be kept out of the environment in the Highlands if a deposit return scheme is introduced, according to figures published by Zero Waste Scotland.
A ground-breaking recycling initiative at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland is set to help remove over 40,000 plastic bottles from the local community.
If you’ve watched any of the recent TV programmes about plastic pollution, you’ll have seen the horrors that can be caused by items like the six-pack rings you get on beers and other canned beverages...