Category Archives: Environmental Management

  • Ethanol Production as an Alternative to Fossil Fuel Processing

    Posted on August 18, 2015 by Giles in Environmental Management.

    Processing fossil fuels has become an integral part of our economy and our society. Much of our technology, the stuff that we depend on, was created in a world where they could depend upon fuel like diesel and petrol, fuel derived from fossil fuels, and changing this has yet to be done, despite the imminent […]

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  • Recycle by Composting

    Posted on April 14, 2015 by Giles in Environmental Management.

    For certain materials it is necessary to centralise our recycling, such as with plastics and metals, but with biological waste which can easily decompose, it is in most cases unnecessary. Not only will it save you money to recycle your own food and garden clippings, but it is also a more effective way of protecting […]

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  • The Benefits of Recycling

    Posted on March 12, 2015 by Giles in Environmental Management.

    While recycling can be a bit of a chore for those doing it, the benefits both to society and to the environment are clear to see. In fact, beyond the money earned by businesses who collect the waste we produce, other businesses thrive on processing it, and then all of the processed materials are reintroduced […]

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  • How Long it Takes for Plastic to Decompose

    Posted on January 31, 2015 by admin in Environmental Management.

    Unfortunately, throughout the world the majority of plastic still goes un-recycled, and is instead left to litter around the planet or dumped into landfills. This has serious repercussions for the global ecology, as plastic is a largely non-biodegradable substance – although a recent study shows that certain bacteria can break it down. Scientists estimate that […]

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  • The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

    Posted on October 27, 2014 by admin in Environmental Management.

    The great pacific garbage patch is something which has only developed over the last fifty years. What it consists of is a large amount of waste, mainly plastic, which has somehow reached the ocean. This patch of garbage is spread out over thousands of kilometres, mostly low in concentration, and it represents one of the […]

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