JCB Excavator Cleaning Up Tourist Litter 13.08.2018 13:04 VIDEO: MB Screener Recycling Beach Waste in Oliva, Spain Oliva, a small town in the south of Valencia, Spain, is using a screener mounted on a JCB excavator to remove waste, litter and debris from beach sand which is then recycled on site for the redevelopment of a the park. read more … RECOUP Backed Recycling Initiative as Red Arrows Entertain Crowds 11.07.2018 15:19 1/4m People Encouraged to Recycle Food & Plastics at Welsh Airshow Over 250,000 visitors to the Welsh Airshow were encouraged to recycle food and plastic Expanded Polystyrene trays and cups, and PET drinks bottles. read more … Helistrat partners with Premier Marinas to Tackle Plastic Pollution in the Seas 28.06.2018 13:05 Seabins Keeping Plastic Waste Out of the Oceans in Port Solent To help tackle marine plastic waste and raise the profile of The Seabin Project, Portsmouth, UK based environmental consultancy and contract manager, Helistrat, has installed two Seabins in Premier Marinas’s Port Solent and Gosport marinas read more … Cautious Welcome from Waste & Recycling Industry 29.03.2018 12:08 REACTION: UK Bottle Deposit Scheme to Boost Recycling A deposit return scheme to increase recycling rates and cut the amount of waste and litter polluting land and sea will be introduced in the UK subject to consultation later this year. read more … Dell, GM & Others to Keep Plastic Waste Out of the Oceans 18.12.2017 14:45 VIDEO: NextWave Consortium to Boost Recycling of Ocean Bound Plastics A consortium including Dell Inc. and General Motors has launched NextWave, an open-source initiative to scale the recycling of ocean-bound plastics into packaging and products. read more … EEB Urges More Action to Tackle Unecessary Plastic Waste 14.12.2017 12:08 UN Environment Assembly Resolution to Tackle Plastic Waste & Marine Litter Moves to address marine litter and microplastics, prevent and reduce air pollution were among the 13 non-binding resolutions passed by the UN Environment Assembly at its recent meeting in in Nairobi. read more … Malcolm Bates on Food Waste, Roadside Debris and Spaceships 24.11.2017 12:37 COMMENT: Living on Mars? Who Will Collect the Garbage? Malcolm Bates wonders if it wouldn’t it be better for us to look after the planet we already have before we contemplate moving to Mars? read more …
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