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There’s a new environmental crime to watch out for.
We’re well used to the existing crime of fly-tipping where companies trying to avoid the landfill tax, or paying for specialist waste removal simply dump their rubbish on other people’s property. It’s anti-social behaviour that costs taxpayers millions of pounds every year.
If only these criminals took a look at what they’re doing, they might realise that commercial waste collections are far cheaper than they think, even with the landfill tax to tackle.
Business Waste’s Mark Hall takes a look at how better recycling can help save the planet while saving your company money.
Why should I recycle?
What’s the big deal about rubbish?
Can we copy the example of others?
How can my company change?
Here’s the bottom line: If your business isn’t already recycling its waste, then you are throwing money down the drain. It’s as simple as that, and it’s time to get on the (reclaimed cooking oil-powered) bandwagon, and find out how much money …
Fly-tipping has been on the increase in the UK for many years now. Whether it’s rogue traders who are unwilling to pay landfill tax, or people dumping dangerous waste they don’t want to take through the official channels, it seems as if many are getting involved. Not only is fly-tipping incredibly bad for the environment, and illegal, but some individuals turn violent when they’ve been caught red-handed and are faced with the prospect of unlimited fines. What happens then?
Recently there …