Category: recycling

No 1 Junk Street Halloween Costume Plastic Pollution

Spooky Synthetics: Halloween Costumes & Plastic Pollution

Here at No 1 Junk Street, we’re always trying to stay ahead of the game with rubbish removal. Our efficient methods, professional manner and wealth of experience help us tackle any type of rubbish removal requirement but there are some occasions that can present us with new challenges. London, and the rest of the world […]

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No 1 Junk Street World Segregation at the Source

Segregation at Source: Making the Most of Waste Management

  Here at No 1 Junk Street, we aim to make rubbish removal as easy and hassle-free as possible. Helping us to do so is the concept of ‘segregation at source’, something that’s helpful for all parties involved. Segregation at source can help to keep your home clean, lets rubbish removers do their jobs easier […]

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No 1 Junk Street World Garbage Denmark

10 Countries That Had Rubbish Removal Revolutions

Here at No 1 Junk Street, we always try our hardest to recycle rubbish as much as possible, though there are challenges that don’t make this the easiest process. London and the United Kingdom tries to offer recycling processes and methods, but the rest of the world has discovered a wealth of different methods that […]

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How to Segregate Waste at Home

Waste & Recycling In The UK (Infographic)

Back in February 2018, 18 environmental organisations strongly urged the UK Government to deal with the growing rubbish problem in the UK, better phrased as the “packaging waste mountain”, by setting legally binding targets, following new waste and recycling figures that were published by Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (Defra). Several campaigners from groups […]

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20 Shocking Facts About Waste and Recycling

As we all know, recycling reduces the amount of waste that is sent to landfill, omits less pollution, creates new jobs, saves energy whilst conserving resources including wood and water… so why aren’t we taking it more seriously?In 2015, household waste recycling dropped to 44.3% which means over half of the rubbish we generate was […]

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