Docklands Waste Recycling's Latested News
The latest news and events from Docklands Waste Recycling.
Tuesday 14 June 2011 15:16
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment government directive came into force on 1st July. It has taken four years for the legislation to become law resulting in another 5 million tonnes of electronic waste ending up in landfill sites.
Read more … A WEEE bit of news
Tuesday 8 March 2011 14:13
While costing three times as much as current street bin, Kyron UK Limited have managed to come up with the first smart street bin.
Read more … Next Generation Street Bins
Friday 25 February 2011 13:01
In January visits by Health and Safety Executives in Derbyshire were found one in four skip-hire and waste transfer sites visited to be risking workers safety.
Read more … Safety First
Tuesday 4 January 2011 11:54
The Recycling & Waste Management Exhibition is the UK industry's leading event. The 2011 show takes place on 13 to 15 September at the Birmingham NEC and will get even bigger with over 10,000 attendees.
Read more … Recycling and Waste Management Exhibition 2011
Wednesday 8 December 2010 12:08
With the current economic conditions at the moment everyone is having to tighten their belts. We search and look for the cheapest prices for electrical, utilities, food and given skip hire to make our money go further.
Read more … Cheapest doesn’t always save you money
Wednesday 8 December 2010 11:58
We all have too much stuff in our homes. We keep things just in case we need them only to find that the day never comes. We would describe such items as cutter. Don’t forget clutter attracts clutter and with all the new gifts you and your family will be receiving this Christmas it’s only going to get worse.
Read more … Don’t Skip the clear-out this Christmas
Wednesday 10 November 2010 11:37
Most people don’t think too much about waste disposal, until they find themselves faced with the problem of having to dispose of a large amount of waste, when lugging garbage bags and waiting for your garbage collector will not suffice.
Read more … Skip Hire Basics
Tuesday 5 October 2010 09:23
Skip hire has never been easier; in fact, the biggest problem is usually deciding on the size of skip to hire. If the skip is going to be situated on a residential road then a skip license must be obtained from the local council but if it’s located on private land then choosing the right size of skip is the big question and usually the answer is the bigger the skip the better.
Read more … Skip hire - When SIZE matters