On the first anniversary of the introduction of the Waste (Scotland) Regulations, Zero Waste Scotland is urging businesses to ensure they are compliant in separating key materials for recycling. Today also marks one year to go until the requirement to recycle food waste also includes any business which produces more than 5kg of food waste a week – on 1 January 2016 –...

Visitor-focused businesses with green credentials have been named as finalists in the Aberdeen City and Shire Tourism Awards. The three nominees have...

With more than 75 percent of ink cartridges made with recycled plastic, HP is helping customers save resources and generate less waste More than 75 percent...

Sainsbury’s is the first UK retailer to recycle its old food crates into more efficient ones made from 100% recycled material. Recycling these crates...

A leading retail, entertainment and leisure complex is celebrating the success of its waste management and recycling programme. Grand Central Stockport...

Green issues are irrefutably the Zeitgeist of the modern age. ‘Reduce, reuse and recycle’ is the mantra of many an organisation keen to demonstrate...

UK manufacturer produces 100% recyclable polythene from 100% renewable resources International polymer distribution company Resin Trade Ltd has selected...

Lothians resource management company Hamilton’s Waste and Recycling Ltd has become the latest major company to sign up to Zero Waste Scotland’s Resource...

Recyclable plastic packaging that will save more than a million eggs from going to waste each year has been successfully trialed by Tesco. At the moment...

A leading retail park in Manchester is celebrating the success of its waste management and recycling programme. Manchester Fort Shopping Park in Cheetham...