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Since 2004, RPS has sponsored the annual Open Quoits Day at The Buck Inn, Maunby. This year’s event took place on Sunday 2nd September and what a great turn out it was. Several willing quoits players entered the open day registration ready to battle it out in the clay pits. There were some ringers thrown […]
Today people around the globe will be marking World Environment Day, and here at RPS we couldn’t let something so close to our hearts go unnoticed! Sustainability is at the heart of everything we do, so with a damaged pallet that can no longer be used for transporting goods and more than a little creative […]
In the first ‘what a load of old rubbish’ blog, we learned how the Romans were experienced at recycling waste materials into new products, for example bronze and glass. They were also well organised at sorting and storing waste efficiently at sites such as Monte Testaccio in Rome. Now we’re turning our attention to the […]
Have you ever wondered how our ancestors handled waste? Could we glean something from our history that might inspire us to handle waste differently today? Over the centuries, there have been many innovations in waste management and these upcoming history blogs will provide details of how waste was handled; what worked, and what perhaps didn’t. […]
Our Marketing Director, Tom, recently read a fascinating book called Dirty Old London: The Victorian Fight Against Filth, by Victorian aficionado and author Lee Jackson. He realised how striking the problems associated with waste over 150 years ago resonated with issues we experience today. Therefore, could Victorian waste management provide the answer to resolve waste […]
It’s great to get to the last weeks of December and look back on another successful year. We have had an exceptional 12 months so we thought we’d give it a proper send-off by recycling some of our news and highlights. 2016 has been a year of significant growth for RPS. We’ve achieved a record […]