1. Dealing with Hazardous waste as a business

    Posted on September 04, 2018 by Andrew

    If you’re a business that is handling hazardous waste, not matter the type, then it’s vital that you have an effective waste management plan put in place to tackle any problems that could occur and can cause unpleasant damage to your company. It’s something that all companies should avoid, especially when the waste can be harmful to employees and the environment.

    Hazardous waste is often assumed to come in gas form, which is not true at all. Hazardous waste can be presented in many different forms, ranging from solids, liquids and sludges and this can often lead to groundwater and surface contamination. The British government have strict direction on how businesses should be handling this issue. Read more…

  2. The Zero Waste Lifestyle: Getting Started (The First Steps)

    Posted on August 28, 2018 by Andrew

    Everyone has the ability to slow down the decline of our planet. Many people don’t think they have what it takes or think it will cost them  a lot of money of be too much of a hassle, but the reality is that it’s just not as hard as it seems.

    If you have children, surely you want the planet to be habitable for them. It’s time to start making those little changes gradually. You don’t have to wake up one morning and instantly become zero waste because it just wouldn’t work like that. Rome wasn’t built in a day.

    There are a few really simple changes you can make to become more eco/environmentally-friendly for you and your family.

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  3. The Uses and Benefits of Moringa Oleifera

    Posted on August 24, 2018 by Andrew

    Moringa oleifera, ideally known as the ben tree, drumstick tree or horseradish tree is a small tree found in Pakistan, Nepal and India and one that has been used in the Eastern countries for generations to treat and prevent illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, arthritis, anemia, digestive, skin and respiratory disorders.

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  4. 5 Things Recycled Tyres Are Commonly Used For

    Posted on August 21, 2018 by Andrew

    Whether disposed of incorrectly or simply piled by the side of the road, old car tyres can be a serious environmental problem and pose a strong danger of fire. But when you have your car disposed of in the proper way you can prevent tyres doing bad and make sure they do some good instead.

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  5. E-cigarettes and their impact on the environment – Are they better than smoking?

    Posted on July 25, 2018 by Andrew

    There are too many reasons behind people calling electronic cigarettes as the best alternative to smoking. Besides offering a better option, there are many who believe that switching to e-cigarettes is also healthier and less harmful for the environment. If you take a look at the environment around you, you’ll find that cigarette filters account for 85% of the trash throughout the globe. Over the beaches, they’re the single most collected rubbishes which lie on the sea shore. As per the Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education, 1.70 billion pounds of cigarette filters end up as litter every year. Read more…

  6. 4 Reasons to Choose Unlaminated Paper Bags Over Laminated

    Posted on July 24, 2018 by Andrew

    What with the decline in single-use plastic bags and an increased interest in eco-friendly materials, paper bags are coming back in a big way. That’s great for businesses since paper bags are so easy to brand. Of course, you’ll need to make a few decisions when you’re picking out your paper bags, and one of the main challenges will be choosing between laminated and unlaminated. Read more…

  7. Keeping your carbon footprint low whilst cutting costs

    Posted on July 20, 2018 by Andrew

    Lookers, well known Motability dealers, have advice for you if you are looking to become an eco-friendlier driver. With this advice, you’ll be able to reduce your carbon footprint whilst keeping your fuel costs low. Read more…

Tip of the Day

If It Doesn’t Smell, Don’t Wash It

According to Real Simple, if every American made an effort to launder less — cutting out just one load of laundry a week per household — we’d save enough water to fill seven million swimming pools each year.

So if it looks clean, and it smells clean, call it clean and wear it again. Consider hanging worn clothes out on your clothesline to freshen them up between wearings

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