Friday 17th November 2017Imagine a country off the coast of Hawaii, larger than the size of France, twice the size of Texas and made solely of seven million tons of waste up to nine feet deep. Introducing The Trash Isles.
Tuesday 14th November 2017One of Paper Round’s many partner charities, namely The London Zoo hosted a fascinating lecture regarding species on the edge. A few Paper Round employees were lucky enough to attend. It was a powerful evening which opened our eyes to the global issues regarding extinction. As man-kind develops and advances, wildlife appears to be taking the brunt.
Monday 6th November 2017This week we are celebrating Living Wage Week. This comes about as The Living Wage Foundation announces their latest annual wage rates in UK and London.
Tuesday 24th October 2017The Mayor of London has recently unveiled a campaign targeting air quality in the capital. This campaign coincides with the launch of the T-charge – a charge for vehicles entering the congestion zone who do not meet exhaust emission standards.
Friday 20th October 2017WRAP’s head of resource management, Linda Crichton, has this week announced plans for a national colour scheme for all household waste and recycling bins in England.
Friday 6th October 2017Paper Round have been long term partners with the SRA and were proud to sponsor the Reduce, Reuse, Recycle award at this years' Food Made Good awards.
Monday 2nd October 2017Paper Round joined forces with Derwent London Plc to celebrate Recycle Week 2017.
Friday 29th September 2017Why recycle glass? The answer is clear…. Glass is one of the simplest materials to recycle, there is no limit to the number of times a glass bottle can be sorted, crushed, melted and made back into a new bottle. There are also a number of environmental benefits to recycling glass.
Thursday 28th September 2017It’s among the world’s largest emitters of greenhouse gases, uses huge amounts of water and energy in its industrial process and is a major contributor to landfill. The paper and pulp industry is one of our planet’s biggest threats - and yet many businesses still aren’t taking the necessary eco-friendly steps. Paper Round is trying to educate UK businesses on how to use paper responsibly. Like the switch to eco-friendly light bulbs, it’s high-time we all joined the responsible paper revolution. It’s time to ask yourself: are you doing all you can?
Wednesday 27th September 2017This Recycle Week we are asking you to think about the food that you might waste and what actually happens to it.