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Tesco Acts Against UK’s Food Waste

food waste A recent study by Tesco and the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) revealed the food waste for the 25 most popular supermarket foods is over the top. The retail colossus gave out the info that 28,500 tonnes of food... Continue reading

Recycling: The Facts

recycling sign In this post, I’m going to talk about recycling. We all know we should be doing it, and most of us have a good idea which materials can be recycled – and which can’t. Here at Rubbish Please, we take... Continue reading

Making Paper Flowers

Paper flowers can be put to a number of uses in your home, as well as in your office. They can also be used as gifts that don’t cost a fortune! If you’re looking to make paper flowers, but have... Continue reading

When Not to Recycle

Recycling Bins Recycling is important… and for the most part, it’s not hard to adhere to an effective routine. Plastics, glass, paper and aluminium: bag it up, bin it, and let the recycling plant process it for a whole new lease of... Continue reading

The Ease of Cutting Down On Household Waste

household waste Cutting down household waste is becoming more and more important, mainly because an increase in the poor management of household waste is one of the facts that has generally contributed a great deal towards the increase in pollution all over... Continue reading

How to Recycle with Style in your Garden

You can save a handsome amount of cash by recycling your items and belongings in an innovative manner. Most of us prefer to throw things which we don’t use away, but in the present times, this isn’t necessarily the smartest... Continue reading

Five Examples of Cleverly Recycled Furniture

recycled furniture Recycling different products has become increasingly popular over the past few years. This is due to the growing importance of ensuring easier waste management. Recycling also gives some worth and purpose to things that don’t seem useful anymore, but that... Continue reading