What are People Fly Tipping?

The act of fly tipping, regardless of whether you’re a commercial operator or a member of the public, is against the law. Heavy fines are often imposed on those caught, but that hasn’t prevented the number of fly tipping incidents in England for the year 2015/16 from rising to 936, part of a steady climb…

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How should I dispose of a fridge?

When it comes to disposing of a fridge at your property, there are various things to consider to ensure you are doing it correctly and in an environmentally friendly manner. Unlike household furniture, other installations or smaller belongings, fridges cannot simply be placed into a skip. What does the law say about fridge disposal? The…

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5p Plastic Bag Charge in the UK

As of 5th October 2015, there is now a 5p charge on each carrier bag taken when shopping. Whether doing the weekly food shop or buying some new clothes, the plastic carrier bags readily available from shops previously for free will now carry a minimum charge of 5p per bag used. Why is this charge…

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Why we should be making use of greywater to reduce water wastage

Greywater is the wastewater generated within households, offices or other commercial or industrial buildings which has not experienced fecal contamination. In other words, this term applies to all water streams from within a building except for the wastewater generated by that building’s toilets. Water which has been contaminated by fecal matter is known as blackwater….

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Keeping emissions down with the Euro 6 standard

In the ever-advancing technological landscape, there is a serious niche for technology which will enable us to control even the most rudimentary, fundamental aspects of our lives, such as the quality of the air surrounding us. One way in which we as a nation of consumers and producers can do this is through advances in…

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