Valentine’s Day has been and gone, but in this blog we want to remind you that as well as your other half, there’s another thing you should be showing some love to and caring about all year round; our planet. Here’s how you can show the planet some love. Try to do as many things on the list this week!
You might feel saintly because you’re doing your bit and recycling as much as you can, but do you realise that a lot of what we recycle is often too contaminated to be processed so it ends up in the landfill? For this week’s recycling challenge, we want to challenge you to make sure you put the right things in your recycling bin, and to make sure they’re as clean as possible before you do!
The Local Government Association (LGA) has released a report stating that recycling is too complicated, and calling on the government to force producers to pay for disposing of their waste instead of taxpayers.
Have you ever been somewhere that was covered with litter? How did the place look? Did you want to spend a lot of time there? And how much of the litter do you think would actually have been recyclable?
In this series, we’ll be giving you inspiration on how you can challenge yourself to recycle more and generally live a greener life.
It's Recycle Week 2019 and organisers WRAP is asking people to take action and rinse, crush, squash, sort, and separate recycling from their bathrooms, kitchens, and offices, and really make a difference...
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.’
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.
Nestle has launched a new recyclable paper snack bar wrapper that’s thought to be the first of its kind. The firm’s YES! snack bar range will be its first product to appear in the new packaging that’s made from sustainable coated paper.