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Have you made the switch to Digital Waste Transfer Notes?
All customers are legally required to give us an accurate description of what they put in their bins by completing a waste transfer note. Avoid the hassle of posting and start going paperless! This new, online form is completed identically to the paper version and is emailed directly to you.
Five things to know about the POPs legislation update
As of 1 January 2023, The Environment Agency have banned the disposal of upholstered furniture containing Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs) from recycling or landfill. This means that your office chairs, sofas, footstools, and futons now require additional control measures to reduce the risk of POPs entering the environment, with the only approved method being incineration.
Three easy steps to successful Event Waste Management
This summer promises an action-packed calendar as events and festivals finally return after a two-year covid-induced hiatus.
Guest blog: Is the event industry the answer to changing behaviours for a sustainable world?
In the UK, despite the pandemic, we are privileged to have a thriving event industry. 2019 saw a whopping 75.1m people attending sporting events alone and as restrictions ease and confidence returns, so too will the crowds. Events are part of our daily life, interest in both attending and watching them sees no sign of waning. This is why in a decade that carries with it dramatic concerns for the environment, I am looking within my own industry for answers to the problems which face mankind now and in the future.