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25Aug, 22

Waste Management Regulations for Businesses

August 25th, 2022|

Did you know that any business, regardless of industry, has a duty of care to store, transport and dispose of its waste in a way that will not pollute the environment? Regulations governing the way a business handles its waste [...]

15Aug, 22

The Environmental Benefits of Street Cleaning

August 15th, 2022|

Street sweeping services serve a variety of functions across a host of contexts. From rural villages to built up cities – keeping our roads clean is important. When we see a street sweeper on the roads, our minds often assume [...]

18Jul, 22

What is Trade Waste?

July 18th, 2022|

Trade waste is exactly what it sounds like – waste produced as a result of trade. For businesses looking to rethink their waste management, understanding what we mean by trade waste and the surrounding regulations is crucial. ETM Recycling has [...]

4Jul, 22

The Ultimate Guide to Recycled Aggregate Testing & Quality

July 4th, 2022|

Using recycled aggregates offers the construction industry numerous benefits, but doing so with confidence requires rigorous standards and protocols. Aggregates are the foundation for asphalt and concrete, making it essential that they provide only the highest levels of strength and [...]

1Jun, 22

How to choose a Skip Hire Company

June 1st, 2022|

Whether you are a homeowner having a run-of-the-mill clear out, or a contractor needing to dispose of rubble on a work site, having an efficient way to dispose of a large amount of waste is essential. The answer? Hire a [...]

28Apr, 22

What Are Ferrous Metals & How Are They Recycled?

April 28th, 2022|

Ferrous metals have been used for centuries and are now integral to industries as diverse as construction and healthcare. Known for their tensile strength and hardness, ferrous metals are differentiated from other types by the presence of the element iron. [...]

31Mar, 22

Everything You Need to Know About UPVC Recycling

March 31st, 2022|

UPVC window frames and fascias are commonly sent to landfill when replaced, but they can be easily recycled to create brand new products. Diverting UPVC waste has the potential to boost your environmental profile and earn as well as save [...]

28Feb, 22

7 Ways Your Business Can Reduce its Waste Output

February 28th, 2022|

The state of the environment has made responsible waste management an ethical imperative for all sorts of organisations, but it also makes good business sense. In fact, a study found that companies who excel with their environmental, social, and governance [...]

31Jan, 22

Recycling & Waste Management Tips for Small Businesses

January 31st, 2022|

Every business has waste management needs, regardless of their industry or size. Understanding how to minimise and effectively recycle/dispose of waste can prevent a business gathering burdensome amounts of waste and potentially being served a hefty fine if their waste [...]

17Jan, 22

Finding the Right Waste Management Company

January 17th, 2022|

When it comes to business waste management, choosing the right company to work with is vital. Not only it is integral to the efficiency of your processes and your Corporate Social Responsibility, but it is also a legal requirement. Your [...]

24Dec, 21

The Ultimate Guide to Wood Recycling

December 24th, 2021|

According to The Wood Recyclers Association, nearly 2.8 million tonnes of the UK’s wood waste gets recycled. This amounts to about 60%, which is not bad – but could definitely be improved! With forests making up only 31% of the [...]

30Nov, 21

What are the Benefits of Using Recycled Building Materials?

November 30th, 2021|

Plenty of building firms are looking for ways to be more eco-friendly. That’s because construction has a significant impact on the environment through a combination of resource inefficiency, high carbon emissions, and poor waste management. Recycled building materials are an [...]

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