Child Labour: An unspoken truth of the electronic waste industry
An unspoken truth of the electronic waste industry
A ‘latte’ work ahead of us…
We have partnered up with the Business Improvement Districts of Better Bankside and Team London Bridge, to launch a coffee cup recycling scheme on the south bank of the Thames.
E-waste: the health risks
What toxins are present in e-waste and how do they affect the human body?
Paper Round visits Viridor’s Plastic Recycling Facility
We visited Viridor’s Plastic Recycling Facility to find out exactly what happens to the sorted plastics we send to them
E-waste in the spotlight
New electronics are faster, smaller and increasingly convenient to use. Today, we live in a consumer driven society; constantly upgrading and replacing. It is no wonder then that electronic waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams in the world, with around 50 million tonnes produced each year.
Old with the old, in with the new? Not so fast…
Be part of the plastic solution
Plastic free July is a global movement, helping millions of people be part of the solution for plastic pollution.
Wise up to plastics
Wise up to plastics with our latest smart paper
The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) is lobbying for the public to support an all in Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) for drinks and cans.
Step away from the Easter Egg
It’s that time of year again. The days are getting longer, everyone is planning out their Easter breaks and a consensus to eat as much chocolate as we want puts a spring in our steps after a long winter.
Top 10 tips to quit your plastic fix
Single-use, the word of 2018. A term synonymous with plastics, another word which doesn’t seem to stay out of the news for very long these last few years.
The plastic crisis is NOT your fault
We’ve all been there at some point. You’ve just finished making your salad and now you’re cleaning up. As you dispose of everything in their respective bins, you take a pause and look at the salad bag. You check for the signs on it. You’ve understood nothing.