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18 August 2017

The Environmental Services Team at University of Birmingham (UoB) introduced a bin-less office policy in 2009, a zero to waste landfill policy in 2010 and have proactively implemented many sustainable initiatives since, including Junk Busters, an award winning joint recycling scheme between the University and Guild of Students. 

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13 September 2017

The worldwide production of plastic has increased twenty times over the past fifty years. Currently 311 million tons of plastic is produced each year.

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18 August 2017

To further encourage the adoption of recycling in the food and healthcare industries, Leafield Environmental has developed the SteriBin, a pedal operated recycling bin that possesses anti-microbial properties. 

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18 August 2017

A large order for Cromwell Polythene’s new Sansafe 30L hygienic anti-microbial bin liners has been dispatched to Austria for use in washrooms throughout the capital, Vienna. A total of 90 of Sansafe 30L liners cases consisting of 900 rolls, or 22,500 bags, was sent.

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11 August 2017

Star Platforms Ltd the UK based powered access rental company have achieved the accreditation of ISO 14001 2015.

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11 August 2017

B&M Waste Services has officially opened its new Birmingham depot in Aston, at a launch party on Tuesday 8th August which was attended by Downtown in Business.

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16 August 2017

At the request of major customers, Leafield Environmental has launched a range of stylish low cost, recycling and general waste bins. 

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30 June 2017

Leading manufacturer of refuse and recycling sacks and high performance flexible packaging Gelpack has joined the Cleaning and Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) Plastic Refuse Sacks Accreditation Scheme. 

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30 May 2017

RPC bpi refuse is celebrating three major business wins across the healthcare, facilities management and cleaning sectors. The UK-based refuse sack manufacturer is estimating a combined value of over £6 million per annum will be achieved from the new contracts.

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05 June 2017

RPC bpi refuse is celebrating three major business wins across the healthcare, facilities management and cleaning sectors. The UK-based refuse sack manufacturer is estimating a combined value of over £6 million per annum will be achieved from the new contracts.

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21 April 2017

EnvirocupXL is a new cup collection and recycling bin from Leafield Environmental that can accommodate every size of disposable cup up to the 103mm diameter, including the larger cups popularised by major high street coffee house chains.

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21 April 2017

Analysis of the auditing results for the CHSA’s Accreditation Schemes for Soft Tissue, Plastic Sacks and Cotton Mops in 2016 has shown Scheme members have achieved near perfect compliance. 

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28 March 2017

The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its Manufacturing Standards Accreditation Scheme for Soft Tissue.  

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28 February 2017

EnvirocupXL is a new cup collection and recycling bin from Leafield Environmental that can accommodate every size of disposable cup up to the 103mm diameter cups popularised by major high street coffee house chains.

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17 March 2017

In the event of an incident in the workplace, whether that be a fire, flood, blood, or other bodily fluid spillages, it is imperative that an organisation has plans in place to enable it to get back to full operational capacity as quickly as possible, whatever its core business function is. 

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09 March 2017

Following the acquisition of BPI Recycled Products by RPC Group Plc, the new name for the business has been announced as RPC bpi recycled products. The company was part of British Polythene Industries plc until it was purchased by RPC Group Plc in August 2016.

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22 February 2017

The Cleaning & Hygiene Suppliers Association (CHSA) will be spreading the word about its accreditation schemes at the Cleaning Show, joining the British Cleaning Council (BCC) on stand B30.  

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17 March 2017

Beaverswood, one of Europe's leading suppliers of labelling and identification products, will be exhibiting its products at the Facilities Management 2017 show (21-23 March, NEC). Come along and collect your free copy of their catalogue which offers the user an extensive portfolio of products.

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17 February 2017

To help businesses comply with new waste regulations, Beaverswood’s range of warehouse packaging waste sacks called racksacks can be used to either hold material for re-using or to segregate waste.

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17 January 2017

Cromwell Polythene has produced a series of helpful instructional videos.

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FEATURES

25 July 2017

Cromwell Polythene managing director James Lee considers simple steps that contract cleaners can take to cut down on plastic waste, and encourage their own clients to boost recycling activities 

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12 August 2016

It's not easy being green - neither is producing a refuse sack from 100% recycled waste. Catherine Hackett visited one of the UK's largest recycling facilities of polythene waste to find out more about the challenges the industry faces

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27 September 2016

The level of pro-active engagement in business waste is improving but more needs to be done to raise awareness amongst SMEs about offensive waste rules and the penalties of non-compliance, argues washroom hygiene service provider ABC hygiene

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11 September 2015

Making the most of waste doesn’t take much investment, but environmentally and economically it pays dividends, says Russell Bacon, portfolio director – environment, i2i Events Group

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08 June 2015

Although licensed waste management companies have a duty of care when they collect waste, businesses are still responsible for checking how that waste is processed to meet their own obligations. For businesses that produce the waste, this duty of care extends to ensuring the waste is compliantly and sustainably managed to reduce the environmental impact of waste disposal. Paul Rendle-Barnes at Avanti Environmental explains how this applies to businesses in the FM and cleaning sector

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21 January 2015

The UK’s first zero-waste eatery has opened its doors. Its founder, award-winning chef Douglas McMaster, tells Catherine Hackett how businesses can take inspiration from this pioneering project

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11 December 2014

Peter Ridley, managing director of Peter Ridley Waste Systems, outlines how technically advanced recycling systems can reduce wastage in the food industry and turn it into biofuel or renewable energy

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02 September 2014

Blending horticulture with rock concerts, the Eden Project is a world-famous tourist attraction. Catherine Hackett talks to logistic services officer Glyn Bond about the challenges of keeping it pristine

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07 March 2013

We've all heard the saying:'If it ain't broke,don't fix it'. Not so long ago that was an expression that summed up many people's attitudes towards the practice of waste management. But now all that has changed, according to bpi.recycled products

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25 May 2016

As a waste producer, dental practices must take all reasonable measures to ensure that waste is dealt with appropriately from the start of production to the point of final disposal.

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01 July 2013

Range of low cost all plastic pedal bins, ideal for office, clinical waste, etc.

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01 July 2013

Rugged yet attractive plastic outdoor bin fitted with galvanised liner, 96 litre capacity, lockable.

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25 May 2016

Remondis UK offers the collection, treatment, recovery, recycling and disposal solutions for all hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams arising from the onshore and offshore activities of the oil and gas sector.

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10 August 2015

For safe and secure storage of clinical waste, yellow bags are provided prior to collection. The external waste trolleys are available in a variety of sizes, 240 litre, 660 litre and 1100 litre, sharps disposal also available.

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24 September 2015

We thoroughly clean all common areas of residential blocks and estates.

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25 May 2016

Working with organisations to collect and recycle hazardous and non-hazardous waste, reduce costs, save raw materials and protect the environment through a one-stop total waste management solution, Remondis UK operates a state-of-the-art processing centre in Prescot, Merseyside.

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13 June 2014

These are attractive plastic recycling units offer an attractive and low cost entry to recycling requirements.

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25 May 2016

The disposal of aerosol cans should be a quick and easy task. But for many industries, this simply isn’t the case.

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25 May 2016

At Remondis’ Lippe plant in Lünen, we process more than 1.2 million tonnes of waste each year.

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07 August 2014

Bio Dose is Bio-Productions’ cost-effective biological treatment fluid for the maintenance of all waste systems.

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25 May 2016

With UK car production at a 12-year high, record vehicle registration figures and a booming used car marketplace, the automotive sector is booming.

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01 July 2013

Plastic step on pedal bins, 30, 45, 70 and 90 litre capacities. Range of colours.

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25 May 2016

While drug wastage and its cost to the economy is high on the political agenda, it isn’t always possible to use everything that is manufactured or ordered.

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25 May 2016

It’s important that all hazardous and non-hazardous waste is handled by specialists. Remondis UK has a wealth of expertise to handle the entire hazardous and non-hazardous waste management process.

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