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20Jul, 23

What is a Waste Stream?

July 20th, 2023|

Keeping track of your waste is important when trying to improve your sustainability and decrease the environmental impact of your business. The journey that waste takes is known as a waste stream. A waste stream is defined as the flow [...]

5Jul, 23

Waste Wood Grades Explained

July 5th, 2023|

Changes to Wood Waste Regulations in 2023 Stay up to date on the latest developments and changes to regulations in wood waste regulations. The Wood Recycling Association (WRA) has conducted a series of examinations resulting in the withdrawal of the [...]

25Jun, 23

How Does Construction Waste Affect the Environment?

June 25th, 2023|

Did you know construction accounts for roughly one-third of global waste? Construction waste has a significant impact on the environment. It breaks down ecosystems, uses up natural resources, and creates clouds of pollution. This article will identify construction waste and [...]

2Jun, 23

How to Manage Waste Sustainably

June 2nd, 2023|

The UK generates significant waste, producing up to 222.2 million tonnes in a year. In today's world, businesses have an important part to play in reducing overall waste. Good waste management means a better reputation, environmentally conscious customers, and cost [...]

16May, 23

What is Recycled Hardcore?

May 16th, 2023|

When it comes to construction projects, the term "hardcore" refers to the solid and non-combustible waste left over from demolition, excavation, or construction activities. This can include materials such as concrete, bricks, rubble, stones, tarmac, and asphalt. The disposal of [...]

21Apr, 23

What is the Seventh Resource?

April 21st, 2023|

Our planet has a lot of resources available, and some are more important or useful because there is an ever-increasing demand for energy, services and commodities. Of these resources, non-renewables are used the most and make up what we know [...]

11Apr, 23

What Are the Most Valuable Scrap Metals?

April 11th, 2023|

Scrap metal recycling has become an increasingly important and lucrative industry as the world recognises the need for sustainable resource management. Among the various types of scrap metals, some are more valuable than others due to their high demand and [...]

24Mar, 23

A Beginner’s Guide to Different Types of Recycled Aggregates

March 24th, 2023|

With many businesses and consumers becoming more concerned about the environment, there has been increased pressure put on businesses to use materials from more sustainable sources – aggregates are a prime example of this. Recycled aggregates are becoming a popular [...]

16Mar, 23

World Recycling Day

March 16th, 2023|

Global Recycling Day is an annual event that happens on the 18th of March. It aims to raise awareness of the importance of recycling and encourage people to take action to reduce waste and protect the environment. The day brings [...]

14Feb, 23

A Complete Guide to Commercial Bins

February 14th, 2023|

Whether you're running a small cafe or a large construction site, choosing the right commercial bin can make all the difference in keeping your premises clean, organised, and smelling fresh as a daisy. In this complete guide to commercial bins, [...]

23Jan, 23

How to Sell Scrap Metal

January 23rd, 2023|

Tons of scrap metal is sitting idly in garages and garden sheds up and down the country, when it could be earning you some extra money. The thing is, many people simply aren’t aware of the ability to sell scrap [...]

23Dec, 22

Everything You Need to Know About Plasterboard Waste

December 23rd, 2022|

Plasterboard is a staple construction material. Its versatility makes it suitable for a wide range of products, from commercial buildings such as warehouses and offices to domestic properties. It is often used to line existing walls, partition walls and ceilings. [...]

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