Are YOU recycling well enough?
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Are YOU recycling well enough?

We all know by now that we should be recycling as much as possible--but are we using that principle to its full potential? As a lifelong green campaigner and environmental activist I'm passionate about recycling, and I've started this blog to talk a little more about all the little extras you can do. I'll be covering craft projects you can do with the kids, tips for starting and maintaining your own compost pile, ways to help your local recycling plant out with the way you put your rubbish in the recycling bin and tips for "upcycling" some of the things you throw away the most.


Are YOU recycling well enough?

  • What is the Process of Metal Recycling?

    13 October 2021

    You might have metal that needs to be disposed of, and you might be thinking about recycling it. After all, it's probably important to you to be sure that the metal is disposed of in a manner that is environmentally friendly. You might be curious about the steps that you will need to take when disposing of metal, and you might be curious about the steps that the metal recycling service will use after you sell your metal to them, too.

  • Three Things Your Business Can Do to Increase Metal Recycling

    8 July 2021

    When it comes to recycling most people are pretty proactive about sorting their regular rubbish into the right bins for collection night. Even businesses have taken up the mantle and to a large extent, most paper and cardboard rubbish items that can be recycled are. However, what you might not realise is that metal recycling is a very important process that is not quite understood as other forms of recycling. Before you throw any machinery or equipment from your workplace out, here are a few things you can do to ensure you recycle every piece of metal you can.

  • Why Document Shredding Is A Necessary Service For Most Businesses

    30 March 2021

    While paper files might seem as though they are on the way out, in many industries they still make up a sizeable portion of all files created and stored. That is because paper provides a permanent record that is not susceptible to power outages, hacks or file corruption, and it is very easy to refer to and use for everyone interested. Because of this, document shredding is still a very important resource that all companies that use paper files should try and incorporate into their plans.