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  • LSM Releases New Solar Powered Balers and Bin Press

    Here at LSM our expert team of engineers is continuously researching and developing new products in order to meet the ever growing needs of the Waste Industry. In 2016, LSM have been committed to the development of environmentally friendly products. We are delighted to introduce to the market our new range of energy efficient balers & Bin Press. The Solar Range is available in 4 ...


    By LSM Engineering Ltd

  • Bin Compactor installation shows 50% cost savings

    Evidence of the cost-saving and efficiency benefits to be derived from a Jarshire Bin Compactor is shown by an installation at one of Pitlochry’s biggest and busiest eating-places. Victoria’s Restaurant is an independent, 130-seat, freehold, family-run restaurant in the seasonal town of Pitlochry, Scotland. Located in the main street, it is particularly busy through the period from Easter to ...


  • OSHA cites Country Vision Cooperative for exposing workers to grain bin hazards

    Employer name: Country Vision Cooperative 709 Mill Street Reedsville, Wisconsin Investigation site: W2468 County Road E Chilton, Wisconsin Citations issued: Sept. 14, 2015 Investigation findings: The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health ...

  • Spring E-cleaning-The 4th Bin Comes to your home or office

    SPRING E-CLEANING IS BACK! NEW YORKERS, LET THE 4TH BIN TAKE YOUR OLD ELECTRONICS! New York, NY- To celebrate Spring, The 4th Bin is discounting our regular e-waste pickup rates! The 4th Bin comes to your home or office! We will take away your large and dirty TV's, monitors, printers, toner cartridges, keyboards, cables, and CPU's. NO MORE SCHLEPPING! SIGN-UP BY EARTH DAY (April 22nd) Register ...


    By The 4th Bin

  • Shadow secretary for communities and local government claims Labour and Lib Dems plan bin taxes

    Shadow secretary of state for communities and local government Caroline Spelman has criticised Labour’s ‘bin tax’ in contrast to the Conservative ‘recycling reward’ policy, as part of the Conservative’s general election campaigning. She claimed Labour is planning to, “hit family homes with bin taxes and a new wave of bin cuts” after the Government changed the law to allow bin taxes to be imposed ...

  • PepsiCo`s Dream Machine Recycling Initiative Sponsors 2,500 Free Green Cans Increasing Access to Recycling Bins in the Chicago Park District by 125 Percent

    PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP) announced today that its Dream Machine recycling initiative is the official sponsor of 2,500 Free Green Cans that will be placed throughout the Chicago Park District, including 16 miles of downtown lakefront, effectively increasing public access to recycling bins in the Park District by ...


    By PepsiCo, Inc.

  • Telegreen exhibit at Care Show in London this October

    www.telegreen.co.uk September 2011 Stand A58 Care Show, Olympia London. Telegreen introduces Bin Compactor to Care Home market Award-winning bin press reduces waste volume by 70% Telegreen is introducing the PEL BC 1100 Bin Compactor to the Care Home sector this autumn. The machine reduces the volume of waste by a staggering 70%. The PEL Bin Compactor will ensure you keep ...

  • Theft of US curbside recyclables increasing

    A recycling bin awaiting curbside pickup doesn’t seem like an obvious location for a crime, but it often is in Northern California cities and in other locations throughout the country, reports the Associated Press. The combination of a slow economy and higher prices for aluminum, cardboard and newsprint is contributing to the rise in curbside theft.  In many instances, the robbers have ...

  • All Eco Eyes This Week Have Been on the World`s First `Carbon Footprinting` Gallery Launched by the Carbon Trust

      Ex-Manchester United captain Gary Neville, Founder of Sustainability in Sport showed his commitment to sustainability and environmental issues, when he spoke at the World's first Carbon Footprinting Gallery at the Future Gallery in London, launched by the Carbon Trust.      (Photo: ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • Saudi Prince to present International Water Prize

    The Prize Council is in the Netherlands to present the fourth Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water. The PSIPW is a bi-annual scientific award, giving recognition to scientists and researchers around the world in water conservation and other water-related fields. As initiator of the PSIPW, Saudi Crown Prince Bin Sultan Bin Abdulaziz states: 'By honouring creative scientists, ...

  • Only the best for Pembroke Lodge

    Set within the unspoilt acres of Richmond Park, Pembroke Lodge is a listed Georgian building widely regarded as offering one of the finest wedding, conference and restaurant venues in London. Considerate waste disposal and recycling procedures have always been an important factor in the company’s management strategy, not only because of the sensitivity of the location, but also to ensure that ...


  • EPA warn over reliance on landfill

    Ireland has been warned that urgent action is required if Ireland is to meet tough targets to cut down on rubbish being sent to landfill. This warning is met with the Environmental Protection Agency calling for increased levies and a ban on dumping untreated waste in tips. The EPA’s annual review found that there was an 8% rise in the amount of waste being disposed of in landfill. There are ...


    By Macfab Systems

  • Emphasis on a `blue-green` party with the launch of the conservative environment network

    Shadow Environment Secretary Nick Herbert stressed the importance of the Conservative Party being a ‘blue-green’ party at the launch of a new green public policy forum advocating a conservative approach to the environment last night (10 March). The Conservative Environment Network (CEN) is an independent organisation, which will support the leadership on ...

  • Signage specialist invests in Riverside waste baler

    Specialists trade sign and graphics installation company Mida Sign Services has invested in a new waste baler from Riverside Waste Machinery, for its print and graphics department. The Ashton under Lyne Company was filling up to twelve 240 litre receptacles with packaging waste every day, costing the firm £1200 a year in two larger 1100 litre bin collections. But Mida no longer needs the ...


    By Riverside Waste Machinery

  • Seagull attacks on the increase

    Here's how we can help Given the amount of recent bad press our coastal Seagulls are receiving of late we at Eco Environmental would like to share a few thoughts about the current situation. Populations of any living thing depend on two things - habitat and food supply. Seagulls are bold and opportunistic creatures and have little fear when stealing food from us. We ...

  • Modern technology to boost recycling and change behaviour

    The latest Recycle for London campaign will use modern technologies to encourage Londoners to recycle and create less rubbish. The campaign will use a mobile phone game to put out the recycling message to Londoners. The game challenges the user to starve their hungry ‘evil bin’ by catching all recyclable materials in a green recycling box. Players score points for every item caught, but if the ...

  • Straight acquires Helesi for GBP 1.65m

    Waste and recycling container supplier Straight has acquired the business and some assets relating to the UK manufacturing operations of Helesi for £1.65 million in cash. Straight has acquired assets, including moulds and presses, relating to the manufacture of Helesi’s most popular wheeled refuse and recycling containers in the UK. It will be the first time the firm has sold its own brand of ...

  • No takers for pilot `pay-as-you-throw` waste schemes

    No councils have come forward to pilot “pay-as-you-throw” waste schemes, according to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. The controversial PAYT scheme, also known as the financial incentive scheme has been rejected by councils across the country. The pilot would have seen up to five councils run PAYT schemes which reward householders who recycle the most and charge extra to ...

  • EPA: Every American, Business and Community Can Play a Role in Increasing Rate of Recycling

    In advance of America Recycles Day, on November 15, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) calls on communities, businesses, and individuals to leave the next generation a cleaner, safer and more stable world. The simple act of recycling reduces our country’s energy consumption, decreases our greenhouse gas emissions, and conserves our natural resources. This year, on America ...

  • World’s Largest Surge Barrier Achieves 100-Year-Level Storm Protection

    The Shaw Group Inc. (NYSE: SHAW) announced today that its Inner Harbor Navigation Canal (IHNC) Surge Barrier project achieved its milestone of 100-year-level storm protection for the greater New Orleans area prior to the 2011 hurricane season, which begins June 1. After receiving the contract in 2008, Shaw has nearly completed construction on the largest design-build project ever awarded by the ...


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