Upcycling is truly on trend at the moment, from repurposing old furniture to achieve that ever-popular vintage look, to creating something entirely new out of something you would otherwise throw away.
Offices, factories, restaurants and all other workplaces: they're all very different with very unique recycling requirements. But one thing that stays more or less the same throughout is lunch hour. It's always a rush of buying, eating and chucking, and often the part of the work day where good recycling gets ignored the most. Here are a few steps to more rigorous recycling at lunchtime.
Recycling is all about using resources efficiently, getting the most out of them whilst creating as little waste as possible. Here are our quick and highly efficient tips for creating minimal waste.
Every year, consumers in developed countries waste about as much food as the whole of sub-Saharan Africa produces. That's over 220 million tonnes according to the UN. So, how can you do your part to reduce that amount?
Here are some of our great tips to help you stay green while you’re away from home.
Some tips for making this festive season as green as possible.
Many of our customers are in Scotland, from schools and local authorities to hospitals and private households. When we saw this opportunity from Zero Waste Scotland, we simply had to share it!
You should always refrain from throwing away old clothing and textiles.
It may sound silly and we don't mean to make life more difficult, but do you look after your wheelie?
The Summer Recycling Selfie competition is such an amazing idea and we have no shame in telling you that we think it's super exciting!