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One man's waste...

Emily Morrey-McGrath - 17/04/2014
  One man's waste...

Is another man’s treasure. There are all sorts of projects up and down the country ranging from our partner FareShare who redistribute unwanted food to those in need to a little cafe in Leeds who specialise in out of date produce. Bertie was really pleased to see this video and thought it was a wonderful way of managing our waste and resources. 

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Bertie Learns about Brighton

Emily Morrey-McGrath - 10/04/2014
  Bertie Learns about Brighton

This week Bertie was rather worn out from all his trips so we decided, rather than sending him down to Brighton we’d tell him all about it instead.

Our approach to waste and resource management isn’t just limited to our London operation. Down in Brighton we work on a variety of projects to inspire people to recycle. These have included a polystyrene fish, a bicycle pulling a cart full of food waste bins and most recently the Brilliant Brighton BID. The BID incorporates over 500 businesses in the heart of the city and works hard to make the area safer, more successful and greener. (The greener bit was Bertie’s favourite!)

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Bertie's Trip to the National Theatre

Emily Morrey-McGrath - 04/04/2014
  Bertie's Trip to the National Theatre

Our waste and resource management initiatives would be no use if we didn’t have clients who can benefit from them. To find out more about the benefits of our actions, Bertie took a trip to the National Theatre to find out what they do and how our work makes it possible.

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Bertie's Trip to the Yard

Emily Morrey-McGrath - 26/03/2014
  Bertie's Trip to the Yard

Bertie was really excited this week because he finally got to go and see the reason for our 2degrees awards entry, our new MRF and Shredding Facility in Purfleet, Essex. He was ready to set off bright and early in his travelling bag.

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Bertie's Trip to Biogen

Emily Morrey-McGrath - 21/03/2014
  Bertie's Trip to Biogen

On Wednesday Bertie decided to take a trip to Biogen to see what happens to the food waste we collect from our customers,  after it leaves the Paper Round yard. Biogen run anaerobic digestion(AD) facilities, which is recognised by the government and Friend’s of the Earth as the best environmental option for treating food waste. So how does AD work?

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2 degrees awards...and Bertie the Bear

Emily Morrey-McGrath - 13/03/2014
  2 degrees awards...and Bertie the Bear

Today I’d like to tell you about the 2degrees awards. 2degrees are a community for sustainable businesses who want to work together to increase sustainability. Anyone can become a member, all you need to do is sign up and it’s completely free. Over the next few weeks we’ll be campaigning across social media for votes with the help of Bertie, the BPR Bear. 

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Climate Week is here

Emily Morrey-McGrath - 06/03/2014
  Climate Week is here

So it’s Climate Week this week. We’re well known for being an environmentally friendly waste management organisation but what about our internal practices? Being Climate Week, We felt it was high time to look into what we do and what we can do better to help the environment.

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Climate Week is Coming

Emily Morrey-McGrath - 27/02/2014
  Climate Week is Coming

Did you know that next week is Climate Week? At Paper Round we’ve got a whole host of things planned throughout the week for us to get involved.

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Sustainable Restaurant Awards

Emily Morrey-McGrath - 19/02/2014
  Sustainable Restaurant Awards

The awards celebrate sustainable achievements in the hospitality sector across a variety of categories. This year Paper Round sponsored the London Sustainable Restaurant of the Year award; we have been sponsoring the awards since they began three years ago and each year we have witnessed them go from strength to strength, so we’re proud to say we’ve been there from the beginning. 

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National Nest Box Week

Emily Morrey-McGrath - 12/02/2014
  National Nest Box Week

Did you know that the 12-21st February is National Nest Box Week? The event is organised by The BTO (British Trust for Ornithology) who are an independent charitable research institute. They aim to collect data on the status of UK birds. The aim of the week is to encourage people to put up nest boxes in their local area. 

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