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Can you remember what you did to celebrate blowing out 16 candles? As an important milestone for us as a company, we decided to mark our birthday with a day at the races. And what fun it was. Thirsk Racecourse, as always, was a fabulous host. Despite the rain and thunderstorms, there were wins, losses […]
As a population, we are becoming ever more socially aware of environmental issues and this is evidenced by the rise of sustainability in the media. Sustainability transcends many industries, including automotive, retail, manufacturing and even domestic consumables, and while the concept of sustainability has always been around, the consequences of unsustainable behaviour are being acknowledged […]
2017 has been an incredible year so far and we are just over half way through it! We are proud to say the team has been working extremely hard to achieve brilliant statistics and secure new contracts: it’s a very exciting time for us. So far, this year we have: Done 2,200 used pallet collections […]
A recent study from Reloop Platform and Zero Waste Europe has demonstrated that existing economic instruments could boost the circular economy. The study aimed to identify waste streams where the introduction of proper economic incentive through public policies could contribute to the highest collection levels. Produced by Rezero, the research discovered that deposit schemes, refundable […]
As we’re all aware, June’s snap general election ended in a hung parliament, and it took three weeks for the Conservatives to agree a coalition with the DUP to create a majority government. What we’re interested in, is how does this new found coalition affect the waste industry? Immediately after the general election, Theresa May […]
With Brexit on the horizon and the general election just weeks away, we feel it’s about time the UK’s political parties recognised waste as one of their main priorities. Uncertainty surrounds whether the UK will adopt the same principles as EU law, or if we’ll do our own thing once the country has officially left […]