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    • Recycling clothes and the problems we face

      According to the BBC, it’s estimated that 92 million tonnes of clothing waste is created each year. This is partially due to the recent increase in “Fast Fashion” which uses non-renewable resources such …

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    • Paper recycling

      In recent years, China has become one of the leading export outlets for recovered fibre surpluses that arise around the world. However, they will be shutting their doors before the end of the year. This will mean that countries …

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    • Reusing batteries from Electric Vehicles

      In 2017 there were over 1 million sales of electric vehicles. These are set to leave 250,000 tonnes of battery waste when they will hit the scrap heap in 2027. It is predicted that there will be between 125 and 220 million electric …

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    • Mental health and Covid-19

      As many businesses have been forced to shut offices as a precaution during lockdown, a company called Mates in Mind are offering support to workers with their mental health. During the pandemic, there has been an increase …

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    • UK second highest producer of WEEE

      In 2019, the UK was found to be the second largest producer of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) in the world. The report stated that the UK produced 23.9kg per capita, second only to Norway with a total of …

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    • China to change solid waste laws from September

      China began importing solid waste in the 1980's. It is one of the world's largest importers despite a poor capability for disposal. However, they are now set to ban all imports of solid waste such as paper, …

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    • Mobile phone recycling

      According to the BBC un-recycled electricals such as phones and computers cost the UK over £370 million per annum in lost materials such as gold, copper and steel. This is an issue as mining for these metals causes …

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