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  • How has coronavirus impacted the scrap metal market?
    by ASM Metal Recycling (Blog | ASM Metal Recycling) on 03/06/2020 at 2:44 pm

    The COVID-19 global pandemic is taking a toll on the businesses in the scrap sector and affecting prices and the delivery of scrap metal. Because many people in construction industries have been furloughed, and many scrap yards are shut down for the time being, market growth has been affected.Initially, European metal markets didn’t seem to be impacted by coronavirus, only business with China was disrupted. However, everything changed as European governments took measures to protect their […]

  • GPT Waste helps Irwell Valley Home support the most vulnerable
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 29/05/2020 at 8:40 am

    The post GPT Waste helps Irwell Valley Home support the most vulnerable appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • What is the difference between recycling and upcycling?
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 29/05/2020 at 8:00 am

    The terms ‘recycling’ and ‘upcycling’ are sometimes used interchangeably but the two processes are actually unrelated and very different from each other. In this article, we’ll take a look at both and then highlight the differences between the two, while also explaining why each is important from an environmental perspective. Let’s start with a look … Continue reading What is the difference between recycling and upcycling? The post What is the […]

  • West London residents increased the amount of dry recycling by 15% and food waste recycling by 6% since the Coronavirus lockdown
    by Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 27/05/2020 at 2:35 pm

    With more residents staying at home since the 23rd of March, more people are making full use of their Council kerbside recycling collection services across London Boroughs of Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, and Richmond upon Thames. The increase in food waste recycling has been helped by the recent #UseYourCaddy campaign where each of t… The post West London residents increased the amount of dry recycling by 15% and food waste recycling by 6% since the Coronavirus lockdown […]

  • Fly Tip Clearance Project M40 Northbound
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 27/05/2020 at 10:13 am

    The post Fly Tip Clearance Project M40 Northbound appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Waste to Energy Essential Complement to Recycling as Lockdowns Loosen
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 21/05/2020 at 12:15 pm

    The post Waste to Energy Essential Complement to Recycling as Lockdowns Loosen appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Fly Tipping Clearance managed by GPT Waste
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 18/05/2020 at 8:10 am

    Fly Tipping Clearance managed by GPT Waste With a significant increase in fly-tipping nationally, the team at GPT have been working hard to facilitate the clearance of fly-tipped waste for its clients – they recently managed another clearance in Hounslow. GPT Waste Management were contacted to facilitate and manage he clearance of a fly-tipping site... The post Fly Tipping Clearance managed by GPT Waste appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Can the zero-waste movement survive the coronavirus pandemic?
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 15/05/2020 at 8:00 am

    Before the outbreak of COVID-19, the UK public was taking steps towards living a less wasteful existence. These steps included the plastic bag charge at supermarkets and large shops, and the rise of reusable coffee cups. Unfortunately, 2020 has delivered an unexpected health crisis to the country (and the world), with a novel coronavirus that … Continue reading Can the zero-waste movement survive the coronavirus pandemic? The post Can the zero-waste movement survive the coronavirus […]

  • How to dispose of waste during the virus outbreak
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 08/05/2020 at 8:00 am

    We’re living in unprecedented times and our lives are looking very different from how they used to do only a few months ago. There are not many aspects of normal life that have been left untouched by the coronavirus pandemic, and waste management is one of those affected areas. While some local council waste collections … Continue reading How to dispose of waste during the virus outbreak The post How to dispose of waste during the virus outbreak appeared first on The Waste […]

  • Managing Contaminated/Hazardous Waste during a pandemic
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 07/05/2020 at 11:39 am

    Managing Contaminated/Hazardous Waste during a pandemic How can the healthcare sector benefit from outsourcing their contaminated waste disposal during Covid 19? Outsourcing is all about options and the Healthcare sector should have as many as possible to ensure waste collections and supply of waste disposal equipment doesn’t become an issue; GPT is well versed in... The post Managing Contaminated/Hazardous Waste during a pandemic appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • GPT Waste celebrate 16th Anniversary
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 04/05/2020 at 12:31 pm

    GPT Waste celebrate 16th Anniversary GPT Waste Management are celebrating the start of their 17th year of service this month. Starting in 2004, GPT Waste Management has become one of the largest independent providers of waste management solutions across the UK. With decades of experience operating in the waste and environmental sector and having operated... The post GPT Waste celebrate 16th Anniversary appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Covid-19 Hygiene Standards – Hand Sanitiser from GPT
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 29/04/2020 at 8:43 am

    GPT helping to keep good hygiene standards at work In light of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and following the instructions and measures announced by the government, GPT want to help businesses ensure the health and wellbeing of our employees and customers are taken seriously. GPT is currently able to provide Hand Sanitiser as well as... The post Covid-19 Hygiene Standards – Hand Sanitiser from GPT appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Waste Workers are Key Workers Too
    by Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 24/04/2020 at 10:36 am

    Residents urged to spare a thought for their waste and recycling crews as the number of flytipping incidents spikes across the country While it may not be as obvious, it’s important to remember that workers in the waste and recycling sector are providing essential services too. Across the UK and London, crews are working tirelessly… The post Waste Workers are Key Workers Too appeared first on West London Waste.

  • Industry resists pressure to reopen HWRCs
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 24/04/2020 at 10:18 am

    Industry resists pressure to reopen HWRCs A poll has revealed that no local authority representatives (0%) consider a trip to a household waste and recycling centre (HWRC) “essential” under current regulations, despite pressure from Defra to reopen HWRCs. The majority of HWRCs, which allow members of the public to dispose of bulky waste, have been... The post Industry resists pressure to reopen HWRCs appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Increase in domestic waste leads to councils burning recycling
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 24/04/2020 at 8:00 am

    With the majority of the UK at home for the foreseeable future — whether working from home, temporarily unemployed, or self-isolating — the amount of domestic waste being produced by households across the country has increased dramatically. Usually, waste would be spread between household waste, public waste, and commercial waste. However, at the moment, with … Continue reading Increase in domestic waste leads to councils burning recycling The post Increase in domestic waste […]

  • Disposing of PPE Waste Correctly & Safely
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 20/04/2020 at 8:07 am

       Disposing of PPE Waste Correctly & Safely Personal protection equipment, or PPE, is an important part of the overall safety program of any medical facility. There are many different types of PPE out there ranging from gloves to full-body hazmat suits. In a lot of cases, PPE can be reused multiple times without any... The post Disposing of PPE Waste Correctly & Safely appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Coronavirus: Fly-tipping rise prompts plea to reopen tips
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 17/04/2020 at 1:02 pm

    Coronavirus: Fly-tipping rise prompts plea to reopen tips According to recent statistics published by the BBC, Tameside Council reported 316 fly-tipping incidents since the UK went into lockdown. Politicians have now said that rubbish tips should reopen to curb an increase in fly-tipping during the coronavirus lockdown. Many waste facilities closed in March after Prime... The post Coronavirus: Fly-tipping rise prompts plea to reopen tips appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Controversy surrounds a Rotherham landfill site
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 10/04/2020 at 8:00 am

    An old Rotherham landfill site has been given permission to reopen and many locals are unhappy about the decision. Droppingwell Tip was an industrial landfill site in Kimberworth, Rotherham, that was closed and sealed in the 1990s following a public inquiry. Before closure, the site serviced the coal and steel industries but was later found … Continue reading Controversy surrounds a Rotherham landfill site The post Controversy surrounds a Rotherham landfill site appeared first on The […]

  • Coronavirus: What happens to medical waste?
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 03/04/2020 at 8:00 am

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the world, some of you may be wondering what happens to single-use medical equipment once it’s been used. This article explores the topic of medical waste in the UK, outlines the various types, and explains what happens to each at the end of its lifetime. In … Continue reading Coronavirus: What happens to medical waste? The post Coronavirus: What happens to medical waste? appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling […]

  • Announcement regarding COVID-19
    by Mildred Jeakins (News – West London Waste) on 26/03/2020 at 1:25 pm

    Announcement regarding COVID-19 Councils, waste disposal authorities, private waste companies across London and all those who help collect and process waste and recyclables in the capital, are working hard together to provide the best possible service while we are dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. Waste and recycling crews are designated as essential front-line workers during… The post Announcement regarding COVID-19 appeared first on West London Waste.

  • How to reduce your restaurant or cafe’s plastic waste
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 20/03/2020 at 8:00 am

    Research suggests that one-quarter of all waste in England is created by its businesses. This waste is composed of general waste, food waste, plastic, cardboard, and glass – although, if not properly sorted and collected by a reputable waste management company, it could all be classed as general waste and sent to landfill. As a … Continue reading How to reduce your restaurant or cafe’s plastic waste The post How to reduce your restaurant or cafe’s plastic waste appeared […]

  • A guide to cloth menstrual pads
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 13/03/2020 at 8:00 am

    We recently published a guide to menstrual cups, but not everyone can use menstrual cups or likes the idea of them. Another more sustainable alternative to single-use menstrual products is the cloth pad, and so this blog post takes a look at that — what cloth pads are, how to use them, and all of … Continue reading A guide to cloth menstrual pads The post A guide to cloth menstrual pads appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.

  • How to be eco-friendly in death
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 28/02/2020 at 8:00 am

    While we usually tackle eco-friendly matters of life, this blog is instead going to look at the matter of death and your choices for what happens to your body. According to the Cremation Society of Great Britain, 75 per cent of the population currently opts for cremation after death, with the majority of the rest … Continue reading How to be eco-friendly in death The post How to be eco-friendly in death appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.

  • Why is the price of palladium so high?
    by ASM Metal Recycling (Blog | ASM Metal Recycling) on 24/02/2020 at 12:35 pm

    The price of this precious metal can fluctuate and is a factor in the theft of catalytic converters due to its resale price. In this article we look at why the price of palladium is high and its numerous uses.What is Palladium?Palladium is a precious metal mined primarily in Russia and South Africa. It is white in colour and a member of the ‘platinum group’ of metals that consists of ruthenium, rhodium, osmium, iridium, and platinum.Which car parts is Palladium used in?Around 85% of […]

  • A guide to menstrual cups
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 14/02/2020 at 8:00 am

    In this guide, we’ll take a look at what menstrual cups are, how you use them, and the pros and cons of their use. What is a menstrual cup? A menstrual cup is a period product that fits inside the vagina and collects period blood. They are made from soft, flexible materials such as silicone … Continue reading A guide to menstrual cups The post A guide to menstrual cups appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.

  • Meet our sustainable wedding dress winner!
    by Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 23/01/2020 at 9:39 am

    West London Waste Authority & wedding dress brand, E&W Couture joined forces to produce a beautifully intricate upcycled wedding dress made from fabrics and offcuts generously donated by Arcadia Group & TRAID. It is important to reuse and recycle as many textiles as possible because as a nation, we throw away around 300,000 tonnes of… The post Meet our sustainable wedding dress winner! appeared first on West London Waste.

  • Will Brexit Affect Scrap Metal Prices… Might Prices Go Up?
    by ASM Metal Recycling (Blog | ASM Metal Recycling) on 13/01/2020 at 2:45 pm

    With the UK now set to leave the European Union by 31st January 2020, questions are increasingly being asked in the scrap metal industry as to what the impact of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal will have on scrap metal prices.Selling your scrap metal for recycling can be a handy little earner, particularly if you’ve recently cleared out your home or workplace and discovered a large volume of waste metals that could be reused to ease the burden on the wider environment.But […]

  • All about aluminium recycling
    by ASM Metal Recycling (Blog | ASM Metal Recycling) on 29/10/2019 at 3:20 pm

    The aluminium recycling industry is increasingly important to the UK’s economy in terms of manufacturing, protecting the environment, and more. Read on for more detail in this special ASM Metal Recycling guide to aluminium, covering everything you need to know on the subject.History of aluminiumDid you know that nobody 200 years ago was aware that aluminium existed? This may be hard to believe, considering how aluminium is found practically everywhere today – in cans and other […]

  • Eco-occasion wear with E&W Couture & WLWA
    by Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 24/07/2019 at 9:02 am

    The most fabulous event on the British calendar has to be Royal Ascot Races, and it is THE opportunity of the year to show off your flair for fashion! It is a time to drink some Pimms, have some fun and (hopefully!) enjoy the British summertime. A big focus every year for the races is… The post Eco-occasion wear with E&W Couture & WLWA appeared first on West London Waste.

  • All things Compost!
    by Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 07/05/2019 at 1:11 pm

    Composting, as WRAP explains, is an inexpensive, natural process that transforms your kitchen and garden waste into a valuable and nutrient rich food for your garden. It’s easy to make and use. Home composting is easy to do and great for the environment as it prevents food & garden waste being sent to energy from waste.… The post All things Compost! appeared first on West London Waste.

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  • How has coronavirus impacted the scrap metal market?
    by ASM Metal Recycling (Blog | ASM Metal Recycling) on 03/06/2020 at 2:44 pm

    The COVID-19 global pandemic is taking a toll on the businesses in the scrap sector and affecting prices and the delivery of scrap metal. Because many people in construction industries have been furloughed, and many scrap yards are shut down for the time being, market growth has been affected.Initially, European metal markets didn’t seem to be impacted by coronavirus, only business with China was disrupted. However, everything changed as European governments took measures to protect their […]

  • GPT Waste helps Irwell Valley Home support the most vulnerable
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 29/05/2020 at 8:40 am

    The post GPT Waste helps Irwell Valley Home support the most vulnerable appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • What is the difference between recycling and upcycling?
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 29/05/2020 at 8:00 am

    The terms ‘recycling’ and ‘upcycling’ are sometimes used interchangeably but the two processes are actually unrelated and very different from each other. In this article, we’ll take a look at both and then highlight the differences between the two, while also explaining why each is important from an environmental perspective. Let’s start with a look … Continue reading What is the difference between recycling and upcycling? The post What is the […]

  • West London residents increased the amount of dry recycling by 15% and food waste recycling by 6% since the Coronavirus lockdown
    by Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 27/05/2020 at 2:35 pm

    With more residents staying at home since the 23rd of March, more people are making full use of their Council kerbside recycling collection services across London Boroughs of Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, and Richmond upon Thames. The increase in food waste recycling has been helped by the recent #UseYourCaddy campaign where each of t… The post West London residents increased the amount of dry recycling by 15% and food waste recycling by 6% since the Coronavirus lockdown […]

  • Fly Tip Clearance Project M40 Northbound
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 27/05/2020 at 10:13 am

    The post Fly Tip Clearance Project M40 Northbound appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Waste to Energy Essential Complement to Recycling as Lockdowns Loosen
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 21/05/2020 at 12:15 pm

    The post Waste to Energy Essential Complement to Recycling as Lockdowns Loosen appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Fly Tipping Clearance managed by GPT Waste
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 18/05/2020 at 8:10 am

    Fly Tipping Clearance managed by GPT Waste With a significant increase in fly-tipping nationally, the team at GPT have been working hard to facilitate the clearance of fly-tipped waste for its clients – they recently managed another clearance in Hounslow. GPT Waste Management were contacted to facilitate and manage he clearance of a fly-tipping site... The post Fly Tipping Clearance managed by GPT Waste appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Can the zero-waste movement survive the coronavirus pandemic?
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 15/05/2020 at 8:00 am

    Before the outbreak of COVID-19, the UK public was taking steps towards living a less wasteful existence. These steps included the plastic bag charge at supermarkets and large shops, and the rise of reusable coffee cups. Unfortunately, 2020 has delivered an unexpected health crisis to the country (and the world), with a novel coronavirus that … Continue reading Can the zero-waste movement survive the coronavirus pandemic? The post Can the zero-waste movement survive the coronavirus […]

  • How to dispose of waste during the virus outbreak
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 08/05/2020 at 8:00 am

    We’re living in unprecedented times and our lives are looking very different from how they used to do only a few months ago. There are not many aspects of normal life that have been left untouched by the coronavirus pandemic, and waste management is one of those affected areas. While some local council waste collections … Continue reading How to dispose of waste during the virus outbreak The post How to dispose of waste during the virus outbreak appeared first on The Waste […]

  • Managing Contaminated/Hazardous Waste during a pandemic
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 07/05/2020 at 11:39 am

    Managing Contaminated/Hazardous Waste during a pandemic How can the healthcare sector benefit from outsourcing their contaminated waste disposal during Covid 19? Outsourcing is all about options and the Healthcare sector should have as many as possible to ensure waste collections and supply of waste disposal equipment doesn’t become an issue; GPT is well versed in... The post Managing Contaminated/Hazardous Waste during a pandemic appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • GPT Waste celebrate 16th Anniversary
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 04/05/2020 at 12:31 pm

    GPT Waste celebrate 16th Anniversary GPT Waste Management are celebrating the start of their 17th year of service this month. Starting in 2004, GPT Waste Management has become one of the largest independent providers of waste management solutions across the UK. With decades of experience operating in the waste and environmental sector and having operated... The post GPT Waste celebrate 16th Anniversary appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Covid-19 Hygiene Standards – Hand Sanitiser from GPT
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 29/04/2020 at 8:43 am

    GPT helping to keep good hygiene standards at work In light of the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and following the instructions and measures announced by the government, GPT want to help businesses ensure the health and wellbeing of our employees and customers are taken seriously. GPT is currently able to provide Hand Sanitiser as well as... The post Covid-19 Hygiene Standards – Hand Sanitiser from GPT appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Waste Workers are Key Workers Too
    by Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 24/04/2020 at 10:36 am

    Residents urged to spare a thought for their waste and recycling crews as the number of flytipping incidents spikes across the country While it may not be as obvious, it’s important to remember that workers in the waste and recycling sector are providing essential services too. Across the UK and London, crews are working tirelessly… The post Waste Workers are Key Workers Too appeared first on West London Waste.

  • Industry resists pressure to reopen HWRCs
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 24/04/2020 at 10:18 am

    Industry resists pressure to reopen HWRCs A poll has revealed that no local authority representatives (0%) consider a trip to a household waste and recycling centre (HWRC) “essential” under current regulations, despite pressure from Defra to reopen HWRCs. The majority of HWRCs, which allow members of the public to dispose of bulky waste, have been... The post Industry resists pressure to reopen HWRCs appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Increase in domestic waste leads to councils burning recycling
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 24/04/2020 at 8:00 am

    With the majority of the UK at home for the foreseeable future — whether working from home, temporarily unemployed, or self-isolating — the amount of domestic waste being produced by households across the country has increased dramatically. Usually, waste would be spread between household waste, public waste, and commercial waste. However, at the moment, with … Continue reading Increase in domestic waste leads to councils burning recycling The post Increase in domestic waste […]

  • Disposing of PPE Waste Correctly & Safely
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 20/04/2020 at 8:07 am

       Disposing of PPE Waste Correctly & Safely Personal protection equipment, or PPE, is an important part of the overall safety program of any medical facility. There are many different types of PPE out there ranging from gloves to full-body hazmat suits. In a lot of cases, PPE can be reused multiple times without any... The post Disposing of PPE Waste Correctly & Safely appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Coronavirus: Fly-tipping rise prompts plea to reopen tips
    by Admin (GPT Waste Management) on 17/04/2020 at 1:02 pm

    Coronavirus: Fly-tipping rise prompts plea to reopen tips According to recent statistics published by the BBC, Tameside Council reported 316 fly-tipping incidents since the UK went into lockdown. Politicians have now said that rubbish tips should reopen to curb an increase in fly-tipping during the coronavirus lockdown. Many waste facilities closed in March after Prime... The post Coronavirus: Fly-tipping rise prompts plea to reopen tips appeared first on GPT Waste Management.

  • Controversy surrounds a Rotherham landfill site
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 10/04/2020 at 8:00 am

    An old Rotherham landfill site has been given permission to reopen and many locals are unhappy about the decision. Droppingwell Tip was an industrial landfill site in Kimberworth, Rotherham, that was closed and sealed in the 1990s following a public inquiry. Before closure, the site serviced the coal and steel industries but was later found … Continue reading Controversy surrounds a Rotherham landfill site The post Controversy surrounds a Rotherham landfill site appeared first on The […]

  • Coronavirus: What happens to medical waste?
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 03/04/2020 at 8:00 am

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc across the world, some of you may be wondering what happens to single-use medical equipment once it’s been used. This article explores the topic of medical waste in the UK, outlines the various types, and explains what happens to each at the end of its lifetime. In … Continue reading Coronavirus: What happens to medical waste? The post Coronavirus: What happens to medical waste? appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling […]

  • Announcement regarding COVID-19
    by Mildred Jeakins (News – West London Waste) on 26/03/2020 at 1:25 pm

    Announcement regarding COVID-19 Councils, waste disposal authorities, private waste companies across London and all those who help collect and process waste and recyclables in the capital, are working hard together to provide the best possible service while we are dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. Waste and recycling crews are designated as essential front-line workers during… The post Announcement regarding COVID-19 appeared first on West London Waste.

  • How to reduce your restaurant or cafe’s plastic waste
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 20/03/2020 at 8:00 am

    Research suggests that one-quarter of all waste in England is created by its businesses. This waste is composed of general waste, food waste, plastic, cardboard, and glass – although, if not properly sorted and collected by a reputable waste management company, it could all be classed as general waste and sent to landfill. As a … Continue reading How to reduce your restaurant or cafe’s plastic waste The post How to reduce your restaurant or cafe’s plastic waste appeared […]

  • A guide to cloth menstrual pads
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 13/03/2020 at 8:00 am

    We recently published a guide to menstrual cups, but not everyone can use menstrual cups or likes the idea of them. Another more sustainable alternative to single-use menstrual products is the cloth pad, and so this blog post takes a look at that — what cloth pads are, how to use them, and all of … Continue reading A guide to cloth menstrual pads The post A guide to cloth menstrual pads appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.

  • How to be eco-friendly in death
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 28/02/2020 at 8:00 am

    While we usually tackle eco-friendly matters of life, this blog is instead going to look at the matter of death and your choices for what happens to your body. According to the Cremation Society of Great Britain, 75 per cent of the population currently opts for cremation after death, with the majority of the rest … Continue reading How to be eco-friendly in death The post How to be eco-friendly in death appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.

  • Why is the price of palladium so high?
    by ASM Metal Recycling (Blog | ASM Metal Recycling) on 24/02/2020 at 12:35 pm

    The price of this precious metal can fluctuate and is a factor in the theft of catalytic converters due to its resale price. In this article we look at why the price of palladium is high and its numerous uses.What is Palladium?Palladium is a precious metal mined primarily in Russia and South Africa. It is white in colour and a member of the ‘platinum group’ of metals that consists of ruthenium, rhodium, osmium, iridium, and platinum.Which car parts is Palladium used in?Around 85% of […]

  • A guide to menstrual cups
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 14/02/2020 at 8:00 am

    In this guide, we’ll take a look at what menstrual cups are, how you use them, and the pros and cons of their use. What is a menstrual cup? A menstrual cup is a period product that fits inside the vagina and collects period blood. They are made from soft, flexible materials such as silicone … Continue reading A guide to menstrual cups The post A guide to menstrual cups appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.

  • Meet our sustainable wedding dress winner!
    by Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 23/01/2020 at 9:39 am

    West London Waste Authority & wedding dress brand, E&W Couture joined forces to produce a beautifully intricate upcycled wedding dress made from fabrics and offcuts generously donated by Arcadia Group & TRAID. It is important to reuse and recycle as many textiles as possible because as a nation, we throw away around 300,000 tonnes of… The post Meet our sustainable wedding dress winner! appeared first on West London Waste.

  • Will Brexit Affect Scrap Metal Prices… Might Prices Go Up?
    by ASM Metal Recycling (Blog | ASM Metal Recycling) on 13/01/2020 at 2:45 pm

    With the UK now set to leave the European Union by 31st January 2020, questions are increasingly being asked in the scrap metal industry as to what the impact of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal will have on scrap metal prices.Selling your scrap metal for recycling can be a handy little earner, particularly if you’ve recently cleared out your home or workplace and discovered a large volume of waste metals that could be reused to ease the burden on the wider environment.But […]

  • All about aluminium recycling
    by ASM Metal Recycling (Blog | ASM Metal Recycling) on 29/10/2019 at 3:20 pm

    The aluminium recycling industry is increasingly important to the UK’s economy in terms of manufacturing, protecting the environment, and more. Read on for more detail in this special ASM Metal Recycling guide to aluminium, covering everything you need to know on the subject.History of aluminiumDid you know that nobody 200 years ago was aware that aluminium existed? This may be hard to believe, considering how aluminium is found practically everywhere today – in cans and other […]

  • Eco-occasion wear with E&W Couture & WLWA
    by Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 24/07/2019 at 9:02 am

    The most fabulous event on the British calendar has to be Royal Ascot Races, and it is THE opportunity of the year to show off your flair for fashion! It is a time to drink some Pimms, have some fun and (hopefully!) enjoy the British summertime. A big focus every year for the races is… The post Eco-occasion wear with E&W Couture & WLWA appeared first on West London Waste.

  • All things Compost!
    by Maninder Singh Khunkhun (News – West London Waste) on 07/05/2019 at 1:11 pm

    Composting, as WRAP explains, is an inexpensive, natural process that transforms your kitchen and garden waste into a valuable and nutrient rich food for your garden. It’s easy to make and use. Home composting is easy to do and great for the environment as it prevents food & garden waste being sent to energy from waste.… The post All things Compost! appeared first on West London Waste.

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