Information & links

  • Recycle More offers information on recycling to schools, householders and businesses. The site has a Recycling Bank Locator, enabling visitors to locate their nearest recycling banks (with a map).
  • lovecleanlondon is a great mobile phone application designed to help make waste removal more efficient and cost effective for local authorities – it enables users to alert the council to areas of offending waste or graffiti by the uploading of photographs and map locations.
  • Waste Online contains facts, advice and information.
  • Abacus House Clearance aim to recycle 75% of everything, often salvaging things like bedding and clothing which they then donate to various animal sanctuaries and charity shops. The website also contains a selection of articles on recycling.
  • Buy Recycled, the UK’s directory of recycled products.
  • The Community Recycling Network UK is a membership organisation promoting community based sustainable waste management as a practical and effective way of tackling the UK’s growing waste problem.
  • WRAP is a government programme aimed at businesses offering free, independent advice on practical ways to minimise waste and convert turnover into profit.
  • Euro.recycle.net is Europe’s recycling marketplace with links to directories of commercial recycling businesses.
  • Oon Solutions look for innovative ways to utilise waste and ideas for home-recycling techniques. They produce Oonique vegetable candles made with used cooking vegetable oils collected from restaurants and specially refined with a neutralizing scent, an exclusive fragrance, and bright colour.
  • The Recylce Warehouse is an online facitlity specialising in goods made from recycled and/or reclaimed materials.
  • Rematerialise – a physical and digital Creative Resource library of ecosmart materials.  Based at Kingston University.
    For paper making arts and crafts ideas reduce, reuse, recycle.
  • The WasteBook – a comprehensive guide to reuse, repair and recycling in London and SE England with lots of contact information.
  • Waste Online has lots of useful information about waste and what you can do to reduce it.
 

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