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What Happens At A Landfill?

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When rubbish can’t be recycled, where does it go? Every household in the UK will generate waste, and there will nearly always be things that can’t be recycled. Sometimes, the waste will have to be incinerated or composted. However, if there’s no other way to treat the waste, it will have to go to landfill. […]

What Is Hazardous Waste?

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Making a distinction between non-hazardous and hazardous waste is important. Without separating the two, items that could otherwise be recycled could be contaminated. If that wasn’t enough of a worry, there’s also a risk to the environment and human health. Let’s take a closer look at which types of rubbish could be considered as hazardous. […]

How To Reduce Your Commercial Waste Costs

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Reducing waste should be part of every business. It should be a continuous goal as it can directly influence your efficiency and profitability. In sectors such as retail and catering, some companies can produce more waste than others. However, waste reduction is still important, regardless of how much you produce. In this article, we will […]

Brexit And Recycling Laws

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In fact, no one knows what the repercussions will be for the good old UK if (or IF, if you listen to Mrs May’s speeches) the government invokes Article 50 of the EU Treaty, whether in terms of recycling legislation, trash management, or any other regulations! These are unexplored waters, and the one certainty is […]

How To Reduce Household Waste?

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When Was The First Skip Hire? Skips first appeared in the early 1920’s when they were used as an integral part of shaft mining. In the latter part of the 1920’s, Victorian houses began to be drastically remodelled and required the removal of large parts of the interior house. This lead to the sizes of […]

Top Recycling Mistakes In The UK

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When Was The First Skip Hire? Skips first appeared in the early 1920’s when they were used as an integral part of shaft mining. In the latter part of the 1920’s, Victorian houses began to be drastically remodelled and required the removal of large parts of the interior house. This lead to the sizes of […]

Common Items You Cannot Put In A Skip

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