Category Archives: recycling bin

Litter and Recycling – providing bins for Schools

16 Sep 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, kitchen bins, public bins, recycling bin, school litter bin | Be the first to comment here.

Controlling litter and providing bins for schools can be a challenge, especially as more attention is focused on recycling. Providing bins for schools can be quite complicated as the type of bins, the requirements of them and the number needed can vary from school to school. But there are some basic principles: Location Ensuring the […]

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Rubbish Tips Around the Home – The Kitchen

22 Jul 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories food bins, home improvement, household bins, recycling bin | Be the first to comment here.

Each year, every household in the UK gets rid of about one tonne of rubbish. From kitchen scraps and waste containers to old newspapers and tin cans, a myriad of items are thrown away by each-and-every-one of us. Coping with all this rubbish is down to the humble dustbin, wheelie bin or household bin. But […]

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Litter, Rubbish and Recycling for Beginners

25 Jun 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories bin facts, household bins, public bins, recycling bin, rubbish tips, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

Rubbish and litter is an inevitability. Everybody accumulates waste and rubbish that has to be disposed of. The average person in the United Kingdom disposes of over 5 kilos of rubbish a week in their rubbish bin – a quarter of a tonne a year. All that waste has to go somewhere too. It is […]

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Recycling Bins and the Different Recyling Waste

29 Apr 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories external bin, household bins, industrial bins, public bins, recycling bin, service sector bins | Be the first to comment here.

Recycling is now compulsory in many areas of the country. It is no longer something that just a few people do that are conscious about the environment. Recycling is now a prerequisite for many householders and is often enforced with fines or a refusal to collect rubbish. But is can be a confusing issue, especially […]

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Rubbish Story – What happens to our Waste?

01 Apr 2010 by Chris Taylor in categories recycling bin, rubbish bins, rubbish tips, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

Every year in England alone we throw away some 25.5 million tonnes of rubbish in our waste bins and it increases each and every year as we throw more and more rubbish away, and the population continues to expand. That’s enough rubbish to fill every Premiership football stadium in the country and with such large […]

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Waste Management – What Happens to the Waste in your Rubbish Bin?

08 Dec 2009 by Chris Taylor in categories industrial bins, litter bin, public bins, recycling bin, waste management | Be the first to comment here.

Each year in the UK alone, 22.5 million tonnes of waste is thrown in rubbish bins or waste bins around the home and office. All this waste has to be managed and waste management is of vital importance to ensure we are not all knee-deep in rubbish. Waste management is becoming increasingly more important as […]

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Recycling Bins – Getting it right

28 Nov 2009 by Chris Taylor in categories home improvement, litter bin, recycling bin, rubbish bins, waste tips | Be the first to comment here.

Recycling has become a big industry over recent years. Not only are more and more people opting to recycle to ease their environmental conscience but also many local authorities and councils are insisting that residents and businesses start recycling. And fines and penalty notices are now being handed out to home and business owners who […]

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Back to Basics – Save the Environment and your Pocket with a Nappy Bin

21 Nov 2009 by Chris Taylor in categories bathroom bin, nappy bin, recycling bin, rubbish tips, waste tips | Be the first to comment here.

Having a child can be the most joyous of occasions but it can also be one of the most hectic and expensive. We are more fortunate than our parents and theirs before them in that we have some great technological advancements that make parenting a lot easier. Washing machines, powdered milk, designer push chairs and […]

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