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Plastic Beaches

Posted By: ADMIN, 20 November 2017, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Plastic, Beaches, Pollution, British waters, rubbish, Recycling, Blue Planet, BBC, Sir David Attenborough
When was the last time you went to a beach in the UK? Did you notice rubbish? Plastic bottles, bags and more washed up on the shore. The problem does not effect just the UK but everywhere, bits of plastic are either left or dropped to wash up on our beaches and sit there until it is moved. A single plastic bottle can take around 450 years to fully break down and decompose in the sea...
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Hamburg Bans Single Use Coffee Capsules

Posted By: ADMIN, 26 February 2016, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Coffee, Coffee Pods, Coffee Capsules, Recycling, Germany, Hamburg, Bean to Cup
Many of use now have coffee machines in our homes or at least had a drink made from one. We have all seen someone with their shiny new coffee machine wanting to show how quickly their machine can make a cappuccino with a frothy topping. We watch as they offer up a selection of different coffees from a box of coffee pods / capsules, the coffee appears as if from nowhere and the capsule is casually tossed in the bin...
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Eco Pottery

Posted By: ADMIN, 29 July 2014, 0 COMMENTS
Tags: Eco Pottery, Pottery, Ceramics, Industry, Water Treatment Plant, Water Treatment Waste, Sewage Sludge, Water Sludge, Spain, Malaysia, Land Reclamation, Landfill, Recycling
As the population is ever-increasing the demand for clean, safe drinking water all over the world is constantly rising. It is no surprise that this has resulted in increased numbers of water treatment plants all over the world. The increased number of water treatment plants has led to increased levels of sludge being produced. The disposal of this sludge can cause problems, as there is just nowhere available to store it...