Ikea are launching a furniture buy back scheme, customers can now return their old Ikea furniture for a voucher for up to 50% of the original selling value to be used in store against new furniture
Network Rail are just about to launch a new campaign for coffee cup recycling in their stations, during the pandemic the amout of users reduced but now customers are on the rise making this a perfect time for this initiave to be launched
Ever since lockdown there has been an increase in the sales of electronics and to prove this a e-waste recycling centre in Ireland has had its busiest month in 15 years
In the news this week, L'Oreal are looking at launching their very own Make Up Recycling Scheme, the beauty industry alone creates 120 billion units of packaging globally each year.
The top headline this week is based around batteries and how they can be successfully recycled or recharged.
The top headlines from this week all centre around dissatisfaction with waste in and around local areas, accompanied by a large number of key statistics that are quite shocking and thought-provoking to read through.
This week we highlight the issues with plastic waste and the recycling processes involved. We also advise on how you can recycle and reuse your plastics at home.
This week we discuss how you can get involved in one of the most important recycling events of the year.
This week we explore the options available to recycle old tyres and innertubes, also we let you know how you can be as green as possible when cycling.
This week's stories focus on the generational divide in knowledge and understanding when it comes to recycling, and also what more can be done as a family to help clean up the planet.