Posts Tagged ‘waste management’

Why Most People Don’t Care about Proper Waste Removal (and Why They Should)

November 24th, 2017 by 24/7 Waste Removal
Waste removal Let’s face it - we know that waste removal is not anyone’s favourite topic. If we’re being completely honest, there’s hardly anything interesting that can be said about rubbish that doesn’t involve guilt-tripping you into being a more environmentally conscious person (because think of the planet!). However, as George Carlin once said, “The planet is fine…”, and then he went ahead and made a cynical and vulgar remark about how people were the ones who had a problem, not the planet. And he’s right. But still, there is a lot we can do about this. Read the rest of this entry »

Business Ideas: Find the Right Waste Removal Niche For You

June 1st, 2017 by 24/7 Waste Removal
Waste Disposal Business IdeasThere are great business opportunities just waiting for you in the waste disposal industry if you have a small amount of savings to invest. There are many types of waste and each product needs a different way of disposal. These procedures are what create the waste disposal business ideas and opportunities. The following article will identify several different waste categories so you can choose the waste disposal management you could start easily a business within: Read the rest of this entry »

Waste Management For Kids – the Good, Cute and Ugly

March 28th, 2017 by 24/7 Waste Removal
waste management for kidsNowadays proper waste management is more accessible than ever! Before you had to go out of your way ( and who wanted to do that daily?) to properly dispose of the household waste. Now it is easy, extremely beneficial for the environment and even can be fun and rewarding, especially for kids! Fun and rewarding, we hear your eyebrows raising in question (we're cool like that), how can i make the process of waste management for kids fun and rewarding?Read the rest of this entry »

A Brief History of Waste Management

May 15th, 2016 by 24/7 Waste Removal
Waste Disposal in 1900 For most of mankind’s history rubbish disposal was not a major problem. The amount generated had little impact simply because there wasn’t that many of us. Natural resources were consumed resulting in mostly ash and human waste. At those levels these by-products were quickly and safely degraded back into the ecosystem. Man-made items such as tools were highly prized and handed down to successive generations. The making of stone, wood and even early metal tools had little environmental impact. Read the rest of this entry »

Landlords’ Waste Responsibilities in England

January 6th, 2015 by 24/7 Waste Removal
to let sign above building When a property is rented out, the landlord needs to make sure that the tenant always disposes of the waste properly. However, when the apartment is empty, the waste left behind by the last tenants does not fall under the category of household waste. It turns into commercial waste; therefore, its disposal is the responsibility of the landlord. He needs to make sure that it is disposed in the safest and proper way possible. Read the rest of this entry »

How To Deal With Business And Commercial Waste In London

December 2nd, 2014 by 24/7 Waste Removal
Commercial Waste Disposal So, you've recently started a business here in London and now you wonder how to deal with all the waste you produced since the UK is notorious for its complicated laws and regulations. By now you probably know that at a certain point you will need the help of a waste removal London company if you are not the kind of person who would just dump everything off the road late at night. Well then, you are at the right spot as we will try to throw some clarity on the whole waste management issue. Read the rest of this entry »

Producer Waste Responsibilities – What Does it Mean?

November 11th, 2014 by 24/7 Waste Removal
Business Waste Collection The UK government has introduced a number of regulations and laws to cover a producers responsibilities regarding packaging, electronic and electrical equipment (EEE), batteries, end of life vehicles and their disposal. They are designed to make business more responsible for the products they manufacture and their end of life impact on the environment. Read the rest of this entry »

Construction Waste Disposal – Tips and Tricks

November 4th, 2014 by 24/7 Waste Removal
Construction Waste Disposal Wastes from construction sites MUST be dealt with to prevent environmental damage, legal issues and more. However it’s sometimes hard to know where to start – don’t know what materials to dispose of and why? Let us help you. Read the rest of this entry »

The Essential Role of Waste Management in Business

October 14th, 2014 by 24/7 Waste Removal
Business Waste Removal Each and every business in the UK today has a duty to dispose of their trade waste in a responsible way, in line with the latest Waste Regulations. The Environmental Protection Act 1990 imposes on all businesses a legal "duty of care" to ensure they take the appropriate steps to ensure their waste is stored and disposed of safely and to document it in the waste management plan. Read the rest of this entry »

What is Waste Management and Methods of Waste Disposal

October 10th, 2014 by 24/7 Waste Removal
mattress disposal in London

What is Waste Management?

Put simply, waste management is the collection, transportation and disposal of waste products including rubbish and sewage. Over recent years the government has realised disposal of waste is an environmental issue that needs to be tackled before it gets out of hand. For this reason several waste management initiatives have been introduced for commercial and residential concerns. Restrictions on the amount of waste households put out for their kerbside collection and incentives for recycling are just a couple of avenues that effect all the UK. Waste management concerns the use of our rubbish as a valuable resource rather than just throwing things in a landfill and covering it all over. Read the rest of this entry »