Category Archives: Waste Management

  • How to Dispose of Garden Waste

    Posted on November 27, 2017 by admin in Waste Management.

    Garden waste can build up over time and become problematic. It may be possible to compost some, but not all materials are suitable for rotting down and making into compost. You also may end up with too much and the last thing you want is an overflowing compost bin. If you want to get rid […]

    Continue Reading...
    Comments Off on How to Dispose of Garden Waste
  • The Role of Specialist Waste Management Services

    Posted on July 18, 2016 by Giles in Waste Management.

    Most people’s perception of waste management is limited to their experience with throwing away their own household waste. They will likely have to break up their overall waste into a few categories, paper, biodegradable waste (garden and food waste), and plastic. If they live in a rural area, they may need to deal with a […]

    Continue Reading...
    Comments Off on The Role of Specialist Waste Management Services
  • The Health Risks Associated with the Spread of Plastic

    Posted on December 9, 2015 by Giles in Waste Management.

    One of the greatest advances in human technology, ever really, is the invention and production of plastics. The wide variety of plastics has ensured that their is a plastic for just about every purpose imaginable; quite simply, plastic is unmatched by all other man-made materials for its combination of adaptability, durability, low cost, and ease […]

    Continue Reading...
    Comments Off on The Health Risks Associated with the Spread of Plastic
  • Micro Food, Garden and Human/Pet Waste Processing

    Posted on November 4, 2015 by Giles in Waste Management.

    Paying for waste management services is a necessity for many different entities, particularly when you’re talking about large organisations in the middle of urban centres. Processing your own waste, whether that be food or sewage or garden waste, loses a lot of its benefits in an urban environment, because there is little need for the […]

    Continue Reading...
    Comments Off on Micro Food, Garden and Human/Pet Waste Processing
  • Reducing and Managing Building Waste

    Posted on July 13, 2015 by Giles in Waste Management.

    Construction waste is, to simply define it, any waste which is generated by construction activities. This can include the waste of energy required to carry out construction jobs, the wasted materials (due to damage) which can’t be recycled, and surplus ordering; to name a few. After everything has been added up, we can securely say […]

    Continue Reading...
    Comments Off on Reducing and Managing Building Waste
*/?>