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Whether you're a home or business owner, you may come across certain words related to waste management that you're not familiar with.

With a better understanding of the environmental impact of landfills and the need for more effective household and business waste management practices, UK waste regulations are evolving to adjust the current legislati

It's estimated that over 30 million plastic bottles are used every single day in the UK alone, and even though the recycling rates are constantly improving thanks to many local and nationwide regulations and coll

Forming good habits is easier than breaking bad ones, and that's why schools play a crucial role in the fight to stop climate change, protect the environment and reduce the amount of waste we generate daily as a

What's the right way to dispose of recycling boxes once they are no longer needed? It depends on the reason why you want to get rid of the old bin. Let's take a look at a few examples.

With the ever-growing world population and continued focus on economic growth comes the problem of increasing waste production, especially in high-income countries.

Raising awareness of how harmful discarded cigarette butts or plastic litter are can lead to a better educated and more environmentally conscious society, so let's take a look at a few interesting litter facts.

As a waste bin manufacturer with years of experience in the industry, we understand this perfectly, as well as the need to provide solutions tailored to the regulations and needs of customers in different countries.

Batteries are notoriously tricky to dispose of because many people are not really sure what to do with them when they reach the end of their lifespan.

Kitchens can be quite tricky to design and accessorise because, in addition to being stylish and functional, all spaces and surfaces used to prepare and store food must also be hygienic and easy to clean.

The waste bins are an indispensable item of equipment not only for service establishments, but also for every household.

Medicines are an indispensable, but usually undesirable part of our lives. Thanks to the development of medicine, each of us has had contact with them many times.