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Is the Loom Band Craze an ‘Eco Ticking Timebomb’?

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Over the summer, loom bands seem to have taken over Britain! Everywhere you turn there are people making them, selling them, wearing them, talking about them. They even made it to the news channels! The man behind these captivating bands is, Cheong Choon Ng, from Michigan, USA. He thought of the idea when he watched … Continue reading

What can’t I put in a skip?

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Perhaps you’re undergoing a home renovation project, or maybe you’re currently part of a large scale industrial project, but either way you’re probably going to require skip hire services in order to safely dispose of any waste. However, one common mistake many skip users make is to throw all waste into the skip. Not all … Continue reading

The Rubbish Collection by Waste Artist Joshua Sofaer

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We all create waste. This is an unavoidable truth, but what really matters is how we manage the waste and the items we class as waste and haphazardly throw into the rubbish bin without a second thought. Artist Joshua Sofaer is particularly fascinated by the concept of exploring environmental and ecological issues, and has decided … Continue reading

Sustainable Living: The Rise of Eco Homes

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The rising cost of energy bills and increasing environmental concerns have resulted in the need for a more sustainable way of living throughout the globe. Here in the UK we have been making great efforts to meet targets set by the EU and one area of interest to everyone will be the way in which … Continue reading

Recycled Computers Form Extraordinary Artwork

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With technology evolving so rapidly, many of us are upgrading our computers all the time and sending our old ones to the local scrap metal dealership for the metals to be recycled. However, there are some who hold on to old computers and use the parts for something a bit more creative… Artist, Anna Dabrowska, … Continue reading

The E-Green Society? How Britain Can Recycle More Responsibly

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We all know that we probably should recycle more than we do, but few of us know just how important it is. This infographic tells you all you need to know about why we should be recycling more, especially when it comes to WEEE recycling. We recycle as much of the waste that is put in our … Continue reading

Households Required to Separate Rubbish for Recycling By 2015

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Recycling plays a rather large part in our lives already, with our black bin for general waste, blue bin for recyclables and brown bin for garden waste, we really have come a long way since the days when we used to dump everything straight into one bin and not think twice! However, there are plans … Continue reading

E-Waste in Numbers: Top 10 WEEE Recycling Facts

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  Though primarily still an issue for the world’s developed societies, the problem of electronic waste and e-waste recycling and recovery of valuable materials continues to escalate and will ultimately affect us all. The following information, which mainly focuses on data from the UK and the USA gives a snapshot of the scale of one … Continue reading

Landfills Overflow with Gadgets and Gizmos

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According to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), electronic waste is the largest and fastest growing waste stream in the UK as we create about 1.4 million tonnes of waste a year, which is evident from the overflowing landfills dotted throughout the country, full of unwanted electrical goods. Though this comes as … Continue reading

Recycled Furniture Business Off To a Flying Start

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Many of us throw things out that we don’t use or need any more, classing it as ‘junk’ and never think any more of it. Yet one man’s trash is another man’s treasure… That’s certainly the case for brothers Brett and Shane Armstrong, who travel the world in search of scrap from the aviation industry … Continue reading