When Your Events Waste Away: 4 Ways to Ensure Your Next Event Isn't Ruined by Waste

When organising an event, especially an outdoor event, one of your top priorities should always be waste management. No matter how big or small your event, there will always be waste. However, if you have an effective waste management plan, you can reduce the damage to your image and more importantly, the environment. In 2015, 46,000 concerts worldwide sold approximately 60 million plastic water bottles and about 130 million items of paper waste. [Read More]

A Bucket Load of Bricks: What to do with Your Bricks after Demolishing a Wall or Building

When planning a demolition job on your property, perhaps to remove an old shed or wall, it helps to plan your waste management strategy beforehand. Otherwise, you could be left with a yard full of broken bricks and debris, which could attract all manner of crawling creeping pests. Planning skip bin hire for construction waste in advance will help you to easily dispose of any unneeded materials. However, if you are tearing down a wall or building made of brick, you could actually recycle some of your bricks. [Read More]