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How to deal with waste in the cold weather

It’s been getting mighty nippy down here, after a relatively mild winter in November and, for the most part December, it seems our luck is about to turn. Thanks to a rather irritating blast from the Arctic, temperatures are set to plunge over the next couple of weeks and we are expected to even see

By | January 30th, 2017|Categories: News, Recycling, rubbish removal london, rubbish removal manchester|0 Comments

Why Dry January makes sense

    So in December you drank, quite a lot. The whole month is really just a blur of booze punctuated by bouts of eating so excessively that you wondered if you would ever be hungry again. So as we all waddle into January a little worse for wear and vowing to never let ourselves

By | January 12th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

How Suez & TerraCycle are set to change.

How Suez and TerraCycle are set to change the future of recycling.   At Brantlegh waste we are committed to providing our readers with the latest news articles on waste management. And this month, a venture between two waste management titans may well change the future face of recycling. In a just announced deal French

By | November 30th, 2016|Categories: News, Recycling|0 Comments

Shanghai Unisex toilets

Gender politics is perhaps not the first thing that comes to mind when discussing waste management, however a recent decision made in Shanghai, China has just changed the narrative. To coincide with World Toilet Day (yes that is an actual event) unisex toilets will be unveiled in Shangai on the 19th of November. Ten stalls

By | November 14th, 2016|Categories: News|0 Comments

National Waste Management Conference

What to expect from the    Last week marked the start of inauguration of the inaugural annual National Waste Management Conference at the Civic Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos. The conference is accessible to all, and should provide a safe space for professionals, researchers, environmental experts as well as governmental authorities to come together and discuss

By | November 8th, 2016|Categories: News|0 Comments

Food waste part 2

How to waste less and save more   Last week (http://brantlegh.co.uk/2016/09/14/food-waste-part-1/) we described Sainsbury’s recent report over the shocking quantities of food that we Britons waste on a weekly basis. However, the future of food is bright, in fact the future of British food is being pushed forwards by Sainsbury’s. With a commitment to invest

By | September 21st, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Food waste part 1

Latest food waste report reveals staggering statistics. At Brantlegh Waste we are always surprised by the vast quantities of waste produced up and down the country. However, a recent survey carried out by Sainsbury’s, which involved studying the waste food patterns of 5,000 households uncovered a shocking relationship between us Britons and our food. According

By | September 14th, 2016|Categories: News, Recycling, rubbish removal manchester|0 Comments

Insider analysis:

Why an Ashford waste management firm was fined £25,000 At Brantlegh Waste we take great pride in our service and work hard to ensure all the rubbish we collect is carefully disposed. Our team appreciate that every cause has an effect and this is never more so important than in the waste management industry. Faced

By | August 5th, 2016|Categories: News, Recycling, rubbish removal manchester|0 Comments

Top countries winning at recycling

Top of the Pops: The Five countries winning at recycling. When it comes to recycling industry experts all maintain success lies in the three ‘Rs’ – reducing, recycling and reusing. Only by achieving all three of these that we can start to work towards a sustainable future, so we at Brantlegh Waste have worked to

By | July 25th, 2016|Categories: News, Recycling, rubbish removal manchester|0 Comments

How Britain could improve its recycling rates

Britain has made great strides in its recycling rates. Before the turn of the millennium we were recycling less than 10% of our rubbish. However, over the past fifteen years with some hard work and determination we have increased that rate to 45%. A percentage which is admirably close to the EU directive of 50%

By | June 28th, 2016|Categories: News, Recycling, rubbish removal manchester|4 Comments