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  • A Sheffield town has been crowned the greenest in the UK
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 07/04/2021 at 3:09 pm

    Southey Green has been crowned the “Greenest Town” in the UK 2021 by mobile phone comparison and recycling company, Compare and Recycle. Where is Southey Green? Southey Green is an area of North Sheffield, located to the north of Sheffield city centre and the west of Rotherham. Why was Southey Green in Sheffield chosen? Compare … Continue reading A Sheffield town has been crowned the greenest in the UK The post A Sheffield town has been crowned the greenest in the UK appeared first on The […]

  • Waste, corporate commitments & attitudes in the post pandemic world.  
    by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 06/04/2021 at 8:10 am

    The past 12 months of the pandemic has pushed many businesses to the brink, and... The post Waste, corporate commitments & attitudes in the post pandemic world.   appeared first on GPT Waste.

  • Tools of the (Waste) Trade
    by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 26/03/2021 at 3:30 pm

    The post Tools of the (Waste) Trade appeared first on GPT Waste.

  • Care Homes, Waste Costs & the Pandemic
    by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 19/03/2021 at 1:56 pm

    12 months ago, the world was rapidly changing; the usual new-year optimism was quickly overtaken... The post Care Homes, Waste Costs & the Pandemic appeared first on GPT Waste.

  • Hessle woman fined when someone fly-tipped her waste
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 18/03/2021 at 4:46 pm

    Late last year, a woman who lives in Hessle received a fine of £200 from East Riding Council for fly-tipping; however, she didn’t fly-tip the waste herself. In this blog post, we’re going to take a look at what happened, why the woman received a fine for the incident, and how you can avoid the … Continue reading Hessle woman fined when someone fly-tipped her waste The post Hessle woman fined when someone fly-tipped her waste appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.

  • Why recycling is important
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 11/03/2021 at 10:47 am

    We talk a lot about waste and recycling on our blog, and we wanted to go back to basics this month and talk about why recycling is important. With recycling being such a common occurrence nowadays, it sometimes feels like the reason behind it has been lost over time. So, in this blog post, we’ll … Continue reading Why recycling is important The post Why recycling is important appeared first on The Waste Management & Recycling Blog.

  • Where to source a free community litter pick kit in Yorkshire
    by Lucy (The Waste Management & Recycling Blog) on 11/03/2021 at 8:00 am

    Street cleansing costs UK taxpayers almost £1 billion per year in England alone, and that is just the monetary cost of litter; it also impacts upon community wellbeing and mental health, wildlife, local business, tourism, and the environment. Furthermore, it encourages other anti-social behaviours. Despite the best efforts of local councils, there are still many … Continue reading Where to source a free community litter pick kit in Yorkshire The post Where to source a free community litter […]

  • Green Business & the Balance Sheet – How Sustainable Change & Social Conscience Lead to Fiscal Health 
    by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 10/03/2021 at 3:06 pm

    The post Green Business & the Balance Sheet – How Sustainable Change & Social Conscience Lead to Fiscal Health  appeared first on GPT Waste.

  • Why is aluminium environmentally friendly?
    by ASM Metal Recycling (Blog | ASM Metal Recycling) on 02/03/2021 at 4:44 pm

    Known as the green metal, aluminium is one of the most environmentally friendly metals because of its sustainability. As the most recyclable industrial material, aluminium can be recycled infinitely to produce the same product. Recycling aluminium also saves 95% of the energy used in its production from raw materials.Not only does recycling aluminium reduce its environmental impact, but the metal’s properties mean that it can often be used to replace more environmentally harmful materials. In […]

  • The art of waste; Why mastering it will save your firm thousands
    by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 26/02/2021 at 7:34 pm

    The post The art of waste; Why mastering it will save your firm thousands appeared first on GPT Waste.

  • 4 More ways your waste is wasting money
    by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 12/02/2021 at 2:38 pm

    As a solution-based business, we are always looking at ways of making money go further... The post 4 More ways your waste is wasting money appeared first on GPT Waste.

  • 4 Ways your waste is wasting money
    by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 10/02/2021 at 6:06 pm

    Waste; a by-product of production and doing business, waste management is usually seen by firms... The post 4 Ways your waste is wasting money appeared first on GPT Waste.

  • WHY RECYCLING ISN’T ALWAYS THE ANSWER: What to do with waste without wasting it
    by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 01/02/2021 at 4:41 pm

      As the world is trying to safely navigate its way into 2021, it’s allowed... The post WHY RECYCLING ISN’T ALWAYS THE ANSWER: What to do with waste without wasting it appeared first on GPT Waste.

  • Covid testing in schools
    by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 19/01/2021 at 1:35 pm

    Lateral flow testing in Schools sees our education sector undertaking a public health offensive on... The post Covid testing in schools appeared first on GPT Waste.

  • 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 […]

  • GPT 2021 Welcome & Outlook
    by GPT Waste (GPT Waste) on 08/01/2021 at 11:37 am

    With each start to a new year, we naturally welcome the return to work with... The post GPT 2021 Welcome & Outlook appeared first on GPT Waste.

  • Pumpkin Rescue Recipe #SquadGhouls
    by 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 charity
    by 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 prevented
    by 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 recycling
    by 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 […]

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Derek B
Derek B2020-11-24
Google

Old cooker collected within the hour after phone call (palm Bay) by 'the metal man'Prompt service, would recommend

Steve Watts
Steve Watts2020-10-15
Google

Excellent service. Paddy, the Welshman, was very accommodating.

Terri Green
Terri Green2020-10-15
Google

Mocanu Mihai
Mocanu Mihai2020-08-15
Google

Graham Taylor
Graham Taylor2020-06-15
Google

Brilliant service and would highly recommend

Danny Herbert
Danny Herbert2020-03-11
Facebook

Great company and top prices

Jake Fagg
Jake Fagg2020-02-24
Facebook

prompt and friendly service. given a fair quote and were picking up the car within a day. Highly recommend

Jack Spear
Jack Spear2020-01-23
Facebook

Phoned them up about a car I had for scrap or spares, they came the same day and picked it up from outside my house, top price paid also as I had another quote from another local scrap yard and they was offering less.

VINYL FANATIKS
VINYL FANATIKS2019-12-15
Google

Top scrap yard !

Great local scrap yard to use, the staff seem like a great bunch always there to help and assist your needs, they even employ a mentally challenged man ( i think his name is RAY ) which is lovely to see. all in all a great place.

Called at there yard with some old upvc windows and profile off cuts, decent price paid for what I had, will call back again when im in the area next doing work.

Ian Fraser
Ian Fraser2019-12-15
Google

Kind helpful and friendly top scrap prices

Grant Grindle
Grant Grindle2019-11-18
Facebook

they go all the way to help you out, and love having a laugh which helps the day go by, well recommended

Richard Hunt
Richard Hunt2019-10-30
Facebook

Good Prices Good Service :)

Terence C Wolf
Terence C Wolf2019-04-29
Facebook

Friendly helpful staff ,quick payment a refreshing experience from this scrap metal yard thoroughly recommended

Ray Rhodes
Ray Rhodes2019-04-24
Facebook

friendly and get payed fast

Jammy Dorsett
Jammy Dorsett2019-04-24
Facebook

Best scrap yard in thanet by far. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I got for my scrap and it was much more than other yards in the area offered me

Stuart Mann
Stuart Mann2018-12-15
Google

Arrived on time. Did exactly what they said rhey would. Good service

neil robinson
neil robinson2017-12-15
Google

VERY HELPFUL AND GOOD PRICES

thanet metals
thanet metals2016-12-15
Google

don't know if prices were the best wasn't worried for the little bit I had but very helpful. Floging scrap has got much more official since the last time I did it but money was in the bank within half an hour will go back there again next time I've collected enough to bother with (probably another 3 or 4 years

Brett Shaw
Brett Shaw2016-12-15
Google

Top prices, really helpful I would definitely use these again.

Stuart Reid
Stuart Reid2015-12-15
Google
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