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- Why is scrap iron used to displace copper?by ASM Metal Recycling (Blog | ASM Metal Recycling) on 11/01/2021 at 5:30 pm
Scrap iron is used to displace copper because it is a more reactive, cheaper metal, making it a cost-effective way to produce copper. Scrap or old iron is also easier to obtain, as it is one of the world’s most recycled scrap metals. During a displacement reaction, iron reacts with a copper sulphate solution. This causes the iron ion to displace the copper to form iron sulphate, with solid copper being produced as a result.An alternative way of generating a copper supply is to dissolve the […]
- THE STATE OF WASTE: A look at the waste management market during and post pandemic.by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 11/12/2020 at 4:26 pm
As a solution-based business, GPT Waste is always looking at what we can do to... The post THE STATE OF WASTE: A look at the waste management market during and post pandemic. appeared first on GPT Waste.
- Pumpkin Rescue Recipe #SquadGhoulsby Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 29/10/2020 at 1:00 pm
12.8 million pumpkins are due to be left uneaten this Halloween. This is a fraction of the 6.6 million tonnes wasted by households each year. We want our residents to make the most of the humble pumpkin and start to fight food waste year-round. Not so scary Pumpkin soup INGREDIENTS (Serves 4) SOUP: About 1kg… The post Pumpkin Rescue Recipe #SquadGhouls appeared first on West London Waste.
- Forge Recycling aims to raise £5k for local children’s charityby Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 13/10/2020 at 10:26 am
You may remember that, back in March, we planned to raise £5k for local charity, Leeds Children’s Charity, by organising the Forge Spring Clean Beard Shave. The shave was due to take place in May following two months of hair growth; however, the world had other plans, the nation’s barbershops were closed, and… well, you … Continue reading Forge Recycling aims to raise £5k for local children’s charity The post Forge Recycling aims to raise £5k for local children’s charity appeared […]
- Why food waste should be preventedby Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 25/09/2020 at 8:00 am
Food waste is a huge ongoing global problem that is not discussed often enough in the media. Not only can food waste end up costing you more money, but it can also negatively impact the environment in several ways. Whether you’ve bought too much from the supermarket, have eyes bigger than your belly when you … Continue reading Why food waste should be prevented The post Why food waste should be prevented appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.
- Everything you need to know about electronic waste recyclingby Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 18/09/2020 at 8:00 am
When you need to dispose of your broken or unwanted electronic items, it can often be unclear what options you have. Due to the harmful chemicals present in electronic waste, it is crucial that it is disposed of and recycled correctly and safely. Keep reading for everything you need to know about electronic waste recycling … Continue reading Everything you need to know about electronic waste recycling The post Everything you need to know about electronic waste recycling appeared first on The […]
- Five ways the zero-waste movement is overcoming the COVID-19 pandemicby Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 07/09/2020 at 8:00 am
Due to this year’s coronavirus pandemic, the zero-waste movement slowed down and faced a few unexpected obstructions. However, COVID-19 never stopped the growth of the movement, and it is now flourishing again post-lockdown. Keep reading to learn of five ways the zero-waste movement is overcoming the virus pandemic. Reusable containers have been deemed safe The … Continue reading Five ways the zero-waste movement is overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic The post Five ways the zero-waste movement […]
- How to dispose of unwanted soilby Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 28/08/2020 at 8:00 pm
When you’re completing a gardening or renovation project, you often end up with excess soil. When soil gets wet, it can become more hassle to work with and could result in a lot of mess. With garden waste and soil, you cannot just dump it anywhere. It is crucial to dispose of your unwanted soil … Continue reading How to dispose of unwanted soil The post How to dispose of unwanted soil appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.
- How to dispose of bulky wasteby Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 21/08/2020 at 8:00 am
Whether you’re having a house clearance, an office clearance or a garden waste clearance, it is crucial that you correctly dispose of your waste. If waste is incorrectly disposed of, it can negatively impact the environment and harm wildlife, too. There are a plethora of waste disposal rules, so it can get quite confusing for … Continue reading How to dispose of bulky waste The post How to dispose of bulky waste appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.
- What is commercial waste?by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 14/08/2020 at 8:00 am
Commercial waste is any waste produced by a business on its premises. So, whether you run a trade site, an office, a recreation centre, educational premises, or an entertainment establishment — all the waste produced by these places is classed as commercial. Business waste also includes that resulting from construction, agriculture, industry, and demolition. There … Continue reading What is commercial waste? The post What is commercial waste? appeared first on The Waste Management & […]
- How to reuse and recycle board gamesby Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 31/07/2020 at 8:00 am
You may have been cleaning recently and realised how many board games you have. Often, board games are passed down through generations, and you can end up with piles of games that are either unused or overplayed! When you stumble across a board game or two that you want to get rid of, you don’t … Continue reading How to reuse and recycle board games The post How to reuse and recycle board games appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.
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