Local councils are expected to struggle with the excess waste generated by fans

Euro Final clean-up will cost ‘millions’ as beer bottles and flags litter the streets

Football may be not becoming home, but the rubbish has.

Research by waste collection experts, – which has long campaigned for decreased plastic waste in the UK - has shown that the clean-up bill for Euro Final celebrations in England will end up costing millions of pounds – with Sunday night adding over 1,000,000 extra empty beer bottles to waste collections....

Oxfordshire residents showed the most improvement with their waste recycling efforts

Lockdown drives drop in household recycling

Figures from Local Household Waste Recycling Centres (or ‘tips’ as they’re more commonly known) from across England, show that out of 23 County Councils, 19 recycled less during lockdown than the year before, with only two doing better.

The statistics were obtained under the Freedom of Information Act by Access Self Storage and can be accessed here . They covered the six-month time...

Brits struggle to understand recycling symbols

Study Reveals Brits Still Do Not Know How to Recycle

Following Sir David Attenborough’s newest Netflix instalment, A Life On Our Planet, there have been a number of hard-hitting documentaries calling for us to take more responsibility for our planet and environment.

Although plastic pollution across the world has since plummeted , there is no denying the guidance surrounding what can be recycled and what can’t is somewhat confusing,...

Working from home has led to a rise in extra bins collections

People working from home are paying out extra for bin collections

As working from home becomes the new normal, homeowners are struggling to keep their bins in order. Which has led to a rise in extra home bins collections.

The latest ONS (Office of national statistics) data on home working reveals, of the 32.6 million in employment, around 8.7 million people said that they have worked from home.

Mark Hall from waste collections company...