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Choose a Recycling Collection Service
Choose a Recycling Collection Service
For an office recycling scheme to work efficiency in the long term, a relationship with a reputable recycling collection service will need to be established....
Create an Office Recycling System
Create an Office Recycling System
With recycling starting to take hold across the nation it is high time to take that environmental benevolence into the workplace and invest it an office recycling scheme....
Hazardous Waste in the Workplace
Hazardous Waste in the Workplace
New regulations concerning hazardous waste management have prompted organisations to sit up and take responsibility for disposing of their ‘special’ waste appropriately....
How to Control the Problem Of E-Waste
How to Control the Problem Of E-Waste
Offices need to help in the fight against the ever mounting problem of e-waste, one the most under-recycled and fastest growing form of rubbish in the EU....
How to Establish a 'Green' Paper Policy
How to Establish a 'Green' Paper Policy
With paper accounting for average of 35% of office waste, it is an area that could prompt significant energy savings with the introduction of a green paper policy....
Products You May Find Hard to Recycle
Products You May Find Hard to Recycle
Most office supplies and items can now be recycled but there are still a number of products which cannot be so easily and demand careful consideration when being…...
Use Software To Reduce Paper Waste
Use Software To Reduce Paper Waste
In sapping energy, office electronics may have a detrimental effect on the environment but if they are used to help limit paper use they can do some good too....
What Really is a Recycled Product?
What Really is a Recycled Product?
One of the problems when buying a ‘recycled product’ is that there is no standard definition defining what that term actually means. What really is a ‘recycled product’?...
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