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UK households are wasting £259 billion worth of space storing junk, according to new research from Clearabee, the on-demand rubbish removal company. Combined, this junk mountain of useless and discarded items would cover 48.7 square miles, an area greater than the size of Edinburgh.
UK Junk Mountain map
Clearabee‘s survey, which was conducted by research consultancy Populus, has revealed that the average UK home
Chemical manufacturing firm, Airedale Chemical, has initiated a recycling development which has seen it send zero waste to landfill since March 2015.
Its first green move was to invest £3,700 in a baling machine which crushes down waste and packages it for easier collection and transportation by its recycling company.
The Airedale Chemical ‘Zero to Landfill’ campaign is the brainchild of health and safety advisor,
We all know that pallets can be used to ship goods. They are practical and efficient for transport but what about the used units? Before you decide to throw away perfectly good pallets, consider reusing them in creative projects.
You may be surprised how many impressive things you can build with old pallets. However, before starting any project you should remember that some used pallets
Travelling by boat on an expedition voyage, away from people, roads and cities, allows privileged access to some of the world’s very best wildlife spectacles.
The UK’s leading wildlife operator, Naturetrek, offers an unrivalled, carefully devised selection of exclusive charter cruises across the globe, guided by expert naturalists.
The following 2015 cruises still have availability:
An Alaskan Voyage – Whales, Bears & Glaciers, 14 days
Japanese Knotweed could leave you prosecuted and short of up to £20,000.
Failing to control Japanese Knotweed could leave you prosecuted and short of £2,500 if you are a home owner or up to £20,000 if you are a business.
People who fail to control Japanese Knotweed in their gardens – to the extent that it affects the quality of life of those around them
On Saturday, 28 March 8:30 p.m. local time, individuals, businesses, cities and landmarks around the world will switch off their lights for one hour to focus attention on climate change. As the lights go out, Earth Hour supporters will also be contributing real climate solutions to combat the globe’s biggest environmental challenge.
This year, Earth Hour is set to be a record-breaking celebration of our
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It’s clear that a bike is the most important (and usually most expensive) purchase that a cyclist will make, and so it’s a decision that’s got to be thoroughly thought about. A bad bike could be annoying and at worst downright dangerous – so many cycling accidents happen from faulty bike equipment – so I’ll take you through the best bikes I
Asian elephant herd is encouraging a token of appreciation at Woburn Safari Park.
The beautiful Asian elephant herd at Woburn Safari Park will be championing the plight of their wild friends and relations as the ambassadors of Elephant Appreciation Weekend, which is being held at the Park over the Easter weekend (Friday 3rd April to Monday 6th April 2015).
Woburn Safari Park is hoping to
Top tips for living in a greener house
Many of the choices you make when deciding how to run your house can have an impact on the environment. There are some simple choices you can make which will reduce your carbon footprint and ensure that your home is as green as possible.
Reduce your energy consumption
There are a number of ways in which you
A world-renowned management thinker is taking business students to Doha, Hong Kong and Jakarta this week to introduce these future corporate leaders to the fastest emerging economies on Earth.
More than 40 students from the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University in Canada will accompany Professor Karl Moore to learn about how business is done in developing markets, while fundraising for their chosen charity