Accrington Councils have reassured residents about the roll out of a new recycling scheme which is causing confusion, in replacement of their bag and box system, residents have now received wheelie bins in which to place their recycling in.  

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London Flats Set to Vacuum Away Recycling Waste

Friday, 13 April 2018 13:24:21 Europe/London

A new development of flats in London are set to to have a new innovative design in which to dispose of their recycling.  Designed by Envac it will suck waste down the pipes at up to 44mph and will spell the end of the wheelie bins and dumped waste for the area.

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Recycling Old Clothes for a Good Cause

Friday, 15 December 2017 13:26:01 Europe/London

If you were thinking about being generous over the festive period, a home for abandoned babies is asking for residents of the East London area for donations of clothings including baby clothes to sell in a charity shop to raise funds to help take care of the babues until they are adopted and to help pay the members of staff that are currently working there.  If you are interested there are yellow wheelie bins set up around the area for the clothes.  

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Binmen Turn Detective to Catch Those Who Fail to Recycle

Friday, 8 December 2017 10:53:40 Europe/London

Birminghams refuse collectors have been given a new job title of waste reduction and collection officer, this could mean that your bin men could soon be inspecting your wheelie bins, issuing advice on recycling and even issuing fixed penalties.  All this is down to the city having one of the worst recycling rates in the country and the council estimate that they can save £1.6 million per year if the rates increase.  

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Isle of Wight Council Launches Garden Waste Collection

Wednesday, 22 November 2017 09:59:25 Europe/London

A new garden waste scheme has been launched by the Isle of Wight at a cost of £60 for the year, residents told the council they would be willing to pay for a scheme if the council provided one rather than take their waste to the local tip.

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What Not to Put in Your Recycling Wheelie

Wednesday, 15 November 2017 10:54:59 Europe/London

Experts have said that we could save thousands of tonnes of recyclables from ending up in landfill by avoiding contaminating our waste, there are items which are hard to recycle that we actually put in our recyclables, such as pizza boxes, tissue and kitchen rolls.   

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Residents in the Shetland Islands have been in talks with employees from Zero Waste Scotland to alleviate concerns that many have about the new recycling scheme.  Councillors voted to issue every household 2 240 litre wheelie bins as part of a new plan to introduce kerbside recycling. 

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Rubbish Imports - Literally

Friday, 7 October 2016 10:50:00 Europe/London

Importing rubbish is a major factor for some countries where their recycling efficiency is high, countries lare having to import rubbish to fuel their own projects, we take a look at some of the countries which are using this process and what countries and being negatively effected.  

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Think before you throw

Tuesday, 26 July 2016 09:18:07 Europe/London

By asking yourself these four simple questions before you bin something, you could reduce your household waste and help reverse the damage to our environment.

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Lunch hour recycling

Saturday, 30 April 2016 09:00:08 Europe/London

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.

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