4 August, 2017

Where does your E-waste end up?

Manufacturers are constantly bringing out new technology. Almost every year manufacturers will bring out newer models to their current line of technology. We as consumers are always attracted towards the newer product and are pushed to upgrade. Once we update, what do we do with our old electronics? The truth is, most of the time it is shoved into our junk draw and left there for years to gather dust.

Let’s all get together and help the environment by recycling e-waste and putting it to better use. The big question is, where does it all go? That all depends on the method you use to dispose of it.


If you were to throw your e waste in the trash, it will most likely end up in a landfill. If this happens, it is bad news for the environment. Some may think that it will just go to the landfill and that’s it. The truth is, a lot of our electronic waste contains toxic chemicals which tend to leak out over time and enter the soil around landfills. Once these toxic chemicals have entered the atmosphere, it can harm the local communities and can eventually effect the environment. This is why e-waste recycling is so important. Read more

31 July, 2017

How to recycle a car battery

Your car battery has been playing around for a little while and you finally decide to get yourself a brand new battery. You fit your new battery into your car and don’t know what to do with the old one. Did you know that you are not allowed to dispose of your old car battery in your household rubbish by law?

Due to the current legislation in the UK, car batteries cannot be dumped into landfills as they will need to go through a number of steps to get cleaned up before it can go anywhere.

Here are the ways you can recycle your used car batteries. Read more

24 July, 2017

Most common excuses people use to avoid recycling

In this day and age, we all should be recycling on a daily basis. We may not notice it in our day to day live but by not recycling, we could be effecting the future generation’s chance of having a normal life.

Our waste is piling up and sooner or later, there may not be any more place to bury our waste. Future generations will end up living in our dirt! We need to make changes to our lifestyles to prevent any more damage being caused to our environment. Recycling London should be at the tip of our tongue when it comes to throwing things in the bin.

For those who do not recycle, here are the common excesses used.

“I don’t have the space.”

This excuse is probably the most common excuse out of the all. Whether you have a small home or a big home, it’s always possible to make space. It’s understandable that people have limited space in their houses, especially those in the city. When it comes to recycling, why is it that people cannot make the space? They could make the space for a huge television in the living but not a separate box for recycling! Read more

18 July, 2017

Why small businesses should recycle

It has become very common for businesses to recycle. Large companies actually get questioned if they do not do what they can to be environmentally friendly. Unfortunately, the amount of pressure that is put onto globally recognised companies about recycling is not reflected on local small businesses. The pressure of recycling should be equal on everyone and no business should get away with not recycling.

Here are some of the reasons why small businesses should recycle.

Waste costs

Business recycling is important as it shows that your business cares about the environment. It looks good for any business that recycles as it will bring in customers that are environmentally aware. Most businesses will most likely have to pay some sort of waste management, if you start to recycle, you could actually save money on your waste. The more you recycle in your business, the less you will be throwing in the bin. On the long run, you will have less trash to throw, which will save you some money. Read more

7 July, 2017

5 ways to a greener summer

Summer is in full swing and people are off on their summer road trips and holidays. The sunglasses are out and the barbeque smell lingers in the air. With all the activities going on it is probably the best time to start living a greener lifestyle. There is so much waste that could be recycled during the summer holidays. Maybe its pure laziness or just a lack of knowledge, but the amount of waste in the summer holidays almost doubles.

Here are 5 ways to have a greener summer

Use public transport

When it comes to summer, we all should try our best to drive less. During summer time, there are a lot more people on the road. This means that there is a lot more congestion on the roads. For those who use their car to drive to work, why not try other ways to get to work? London has invested a lot of money into cycle lanes to make it a safer option. You will not only get to work without sitting in traffic, but you will get some exercise while you’re at it. Read more

30 June, 2017

4 ways you can help save the ocean

Whether you are passionate about it or not, we all use it every once in a while. As soon as the weather picks up, we all head out to the sea front for the nice breeze and warm water brushing our feet. This image will slowly fade away year by year if we do not change the way we live.

Future generations need us to change our habits to ensure they can enjoy the ocean as much as we do. Our oceans are home to more than 500,000 species and is pretty much the support system of our planet. It provides food to well over a million people as well as jobs and pleasure for those who enjoy some water sports.

Here are some of the ways we can protect our oceans. Read more

19 June, 2017

Top tips for spring cleaning

If you do not clean your house regularly and remove all unnecessary things, sooner or later you will end up with a house full of junk. Most people will have things in their house that has not been touched in years but it still has its rightful place in the house. This should not be the case.

We’re not talking about things that you may put on display and your china that is only for your special guests. We’re talking about that old iron that you have been meaning to get rid of but it has secured a place in your cellar. It’s time that you get your act together and do what is needed and have a spring clean.

Here are some top spring cleaning tips to help you along the way.


The first thing you need to do is decide what you want and what you need. Sometimes what you want is not necessarily practical. If you want a snooker table but never use it, then unfortunately it needs to go. The trick is to go through the rooms in your home and decide what you need. A small tip would be, if you haven’t used it in 6 months, you will not notice it missing. It’s not hard to get rubbish removal in London, so why live in a cluttered home. Read more

12 June, 2017

A guide to composting

Whether you are new to gardening or a veteran, it’s always a good idea to find out what is the best way for composting or if you have been doing it right. Garden rubbish clearance is vital for anyone who is planning to grow anything. So, make sure that all your garden rubbish removal is done before you start.

Here is a simple guide to composting.

Take out the trash

If you are deciding to grow in your garden, it is important to start off fresh and have a blank canvas to work with. Garden waste clearance is vital for not only the quality of anything you grow but the general appearance of your garden. Are you looking for garden rubbish clearance? Contact us for more information on our Garden waste clearance. Read more

5 June, 2017

How to recycle office lamps

When you are moving offices or just having a clear out at the office, you can end up with a decent amount of junk that you need to get rid of. There are many ways to get rid of your old office junk but what’s the best way?

Well here are some examples of how you can recycle your old office lamp and hopefully you can use some of these ideas to recycle other things in the office too.

Take it home: One way to get rid of your old lamp at the office is to take it home. Before you think about disposing of your lamps or any other office items, see if you could use it at home. Maybe your partner needs a new reading lamp or your children need a night light. Read more

22 May, 2017

5 things to consider in Wanstead when recycling ferrous and non-ferrous metals

There is a lot of marketing done out there to ensure we are all doing our bit to help the earth stay green. This mostly consists of recycling your day to day plastics and common household products. Unfortunately, when it comes to scrap metal recycling or metal in general, there is not enough information out there to know why it is important. Metal recycling also helps the green movement as much as any other form of recycling.

Is it a ferrous metal?

When it comes to metals, they are usually classified as ferrous or non-ferrous metal. Ferrous metals are metals that contain mostly iron. These metals are usually made up of mainly iron and have some other elements. Most ferrous metals are prone to rusting when they are exposed to moisture and generally are magnetic. Some ferrous metals may not be as magnetic as others; this is due to the amount of iron in the metal. Read more