Seven Top Hidden Risks In The Waste Management Industry

Posted by Sam on  December 5, 2016
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Try as we might, we can’t ever avoid risk. Even when we’re trying to do something as positive as waste management. As business, you try to avoid risk at all costs. Depending on what kind of business you’re in, and if you’re in a waste management industry job, you probably fill out risk assessments on a weekly, if not daily basis. But what are the hidden risks? The ones that slip under the radar and

Waste Management – Seven Facts You Never Knew

Posted by Sam on  November 21, 2016
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Waste management might not be something we think of on a daily basis. Especially when we’re at work. A business will generate more waste than an average household. Ten times over. Be it paper waste, water waste, technology waste or a lack of recycling bins- waste is happening, and it isn’t good. This is something that needs to change. As a business, you can actually help with waste management more than you think and there

Which hazardous wastes can be recycled?

Posted by Sam on  November 7, 2016
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Hazardous Wastes Hazardous wastes are waste materials that is considered dangerous to to humans, animals or the environment, or if it contains a substance which is dangerous. Where possible we are encouraged to recycle or reuse these items to reduce the amount of waste produced to reduce the impact on the environment. What is a hazardous waste? Examples of hazardous waste include: Asbestos Chemicals eg. Brake fluid or printer toner Batteries – household and car

What happens to plastics that are not recyclable?

Posted by Sam on  October 28, 2016
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Plastics are something we can recycle, but often struggle with. 275,000 tonnes of plastic are used each year in the UK and most families throw away about 40kg’s of that without putting it in the recycling bin. With plastic taking 500 years to decompose, that’s a lot of plastic just lying about in landfills. As far as waste goes, as humans we aren’t great at controlling or decreasing it. Because of this, we are hurting our

Why Is Waste Management Important?

Posted by Sam on  October 14, 2016
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Why is waste management important? Unlike hundreds of years ago, most of our waste increasingly belongs in the biodegradable category. This means simple waste management techniques such as burying and burning aren’t as effective any more. Here’s a few reasons why waste management is very important today…   Waste management can be profitable Recycling and waste management can lead to bigger profits for companies – especially in the food industry. Simply by planning and portioning


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