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UK Waste is Going Up, Going Up, Going Up.

There are annual waste statistics that must be made for every country and every city. These statistics include the amount of waste recycled, reused, and burned for the businesses and households during the year. Ever since the year 2012, at... Continue reading

How to Recycle or Reuse Your Smartphone or Laptop?

Thumbnail picture of How to recycle or reuse your smartphone of laptop Nowadays, everyone has a laptop and a smartphone nowadays due to the affordable price and the ever-increasing need for connection to the Internet. Moreover, as new software and hardware updates come out more often, the demand for new devices grows every... Continue reading

History of Recycling in London and the United Kingdom

Wonder how recycling and waste management evolved in the UK? Ever wondered where all your garbage/refuse/trash goes after it is collected by the rubbish collectors? In this article we will find out the way London disposes of its waste. The history of recycling in the U.K. The United Kingdom has... Continue reading

How to Recycle at Work Effectively?

Recycle at work training In this article, we will discuss the importance of recycling at your workplace and what steps to follow in order to successfully implement this practice in your company. Why Should You Recycle at Your Workplace? The reasons are many, let’s... Continue reading

Interviewing The Must-follow Upcycling Artists

7_Upcycling_Artists_You_Should_Know_About The reason we started writing this blog post about those creative upcycling artists is actually the previous one, called “What is upcycling“. The aim of our latest blog post was to build more awareness about the topic. Suddenly, during the research about... Continue reading

What is upcycling ?

upcycling Upcycling is a process of converting old or discarded materials into something useful. As known as creative reuse, upcycling gives an item a better purpose. Unlike the recycling, here the aim is not to break consumer materials down so their... Continue reading

Recycling For Money – 51 Things To Reduce And Reuse For Quick Cash

Recycling for money Recycling for money is a strategy that can take you further than you’ve expected. This can be done for the sole purpose of using cash or as a benefit that adds value to your green living philosophy. To encourage people to... Continue reading

Microbeads Products – You Better Skip Bying Them

microbeads products What is Microbeads Products Microbeads are microscopic plastic pieces with any form and are vastly used in the production of cosmetics – primarily for exfoliants and toothpaste. Polyethylene is the most common chemical material of which microbead products are made of.... Continue reading

Land Pollution Facts And Statistics

land pollution facts and statistics The following land pollution facts and statistics are supposed to represent the scale of this global issue that is one of the biggest Earth’s problems in 21st century. To make things easier, we have grouped all of the facts about... Continue reading

7 Movie-Inspired Halloween Costumes Made out of Garbage Cans

R2D2 Made From Garbage Can Wait, what? You read that right! Since, we at Rubbish Please love Halloween and rubbish, combining them makes perfect sense. These clever Halloween costumes were made using plastic and aluminium garbage cans. The final result really deserves your attention, Continue reading