March 5th, 2015
Articulated lorries, low loaders and trucks are not every little girl’s cup of tea. However, for Jane Grant, trucks have always kept a special place in her heart. A machinery manufacturer, Warwick Ward, recently formed a plan to make a childhood dream come true for Jane.
Jane told Skip Hire Magazine, “As a little girl I vividly remember my Dad driving us to the south coast of England for our summer holidays. When we stopped at motorway service stations, I was always drawn to the heavy…
March 4th, 2015
• Eunomia has worked with two Welsh local authorities to create a residual waste framework agreement that is open to all councils in Wales.
• Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion councils have announced contracts let under the framework that will save each council over £350,000 a year.
• Exporting waste to Sweden will create 11 jobs at Pembroke Dock, and reduce the carbon impact of residual waste.
Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion County Councils have become the first Welsh local authorities to let contracts under an innovative waste framework agreement developed with Eunomia Research & Consulting. Both Councils are set to make annual savings in excess of £350,000.
March 3rd, 2015
Leading container repair and refurbishment company, UK Container Maintenance (UKCM) has pledged its support to an innovative recycling and fundraising initiative ‘Caring for Creation’ by donating a refurbished container which will help raise money for local causes.
‘Caring for Creation’ was set up by Uttoxeter resident Emma Woodall in 2012 as a simple home-based project recycling Tassimo T-disc coffee pods that would otherwise go to landfill.
Following the collection of the recycled coffee pods, they are then sent to a specialist recycling unit where the plastic, metal foil, coffee, grounds/tea leaves are separated.
After receiving backing from Tesco and UKCM, Caring for…