The ultimate guide to implementing a recycling plan
When you decide to do the right thing and implement a recycling plan in a business you need to first consider how you can do so properly and effectively. Proper waste management with a solid recycling program can massively impact the carbon footprint of a business for the better, but you need to get it right for it to be effective and efficient. Here we explore all of the important factors in implementing a recycling plan.
3 reasons to invest in outdoor litter bins
Outdoor litter bins help keep the local environment clean, tidy and rubbish free. Many councils are installing numerous bins across their jurisdictions, realising the strong link between the number of bins and the reduction in the amount of litter left on the ground.
Dun Laoghaire and Fingal
County Council are just two councils that have installed our bins and in doing so are helping to reduce the amount of waste strewn on the ground in their public spaces.
Waste prevention in the office
Recycling has a number of environmental benefits, including reducing the amount of waste going into landfill, reducing pollution and conserving natural resources. It can also help businesses save money and improve their corporate social responsibility.
However, despite these benefits, there is still over 100,000 tonnes of contaminated recyclable material that goes into landfill each year in Ireland, according to the not-for-profit organisation Repak.
There are so many types, makes and models of bollards available today that it can be hard to choose which bollard is right for your application.
Paragon products supply a range of different items such as street furniture and accessories for the healthcare industry including medical waste and rubbish bins. In cooperation with Taltech Engineering new products can be designed as needed and existing products can be changed and modified to suit customer needs or in response to customer feedback.
Recycling plays an ever more important role in our society. The primary benefits of recycling are well understood by us all.
The rise of super resistant bugs such as MSRA has brought a renewed focus to sanitation efforts in clinical settings.