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The Future of Eco Homes

With the rapid changes the world is undergoing, the spaces we call home might look unrecognisable in 20 years time. Technology is advancing, the population is booming and environmentalism is more prevalent than ever, so where might this lead us and eco homes? In this article, we’ll be answering that question and more. Green energy…

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The Far-reaching Effects of Plastic Pollution

It’s not always easy to get our heads around the fact that plastic pollution is a global problem. That’s because, when we say global, we don’t just mean certain areas of each continent – we really do mean the entire globe.  There isn’t a single type of environment that hasn’t been affected by plastic pollution…

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A Plastic-free Future

It’s no understatement to call the current state of plastic use a global crisis. Global plastic consumption has now reached a staggering 100 million tonnes of plastic in a single year, most of which is either littered, incinerated or sent to landfill shortly after use. Plastic is so ubiquitous nowadays that it’s hard to imagine…

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8 Ways to Stop Using Plastic

By now, you’re probably well aware of all the headlines about the catastrophic effects of plastic pollution, so we won’t labour that here. Instead, we’re going to be looking at 8 simple ways you can stop using plastic in your day-to-day life.   No more plastic straws! Everyone knows just how damaging and unnecessary single-use…

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How to Securely Destroy Confidential Waste

Any business that records confidential information from their clients has a legal obligation to handle and dispose of it with full confidentiality. Sensitive details can include names, financial information, DOBs, addresses, patient records, and payroll information. Failure to comply or take due care in handling confidential waste could land you with a hefty fine and…

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Is Plasterboard Hazardous and Can It Be Recycled?

Home renovation or commercial projects can both produce lots of plasterboard which requires prompt and safe disposal. But many people wonder if plasterboard is a hazardous material, and whether it can be recycled. In this article, we hope to answer these questions and explain exactly how you can dispose of your plasterboard waste – easily…

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The Smallest to Biggest Skip Sizes

Whether you’re managing a large construction project or getting a few jobs done around the house, a skip is a must-have item to dispose of all waste in one place. However, it can be tricky to decide exactly what size you need – that’s where our guide can help.   Note: skips are measured in…

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