Zero Waste Scotland (ZWS) released yesterday (20 September) a digital tool to help the public combat recycling confusion.
The 'first ever' digital Recycling Sorter, according to the organisation, will allow Scots to search for an item and find locally-tailored information on whether it is recyclable, and which bin it should go in. ZWS hopes that this will help the Scottish Government meet its annual recycling targets.
Local governments and waste management companies have a wealth of digital technologies at their fingertips. Mark Abbas, Director of Business Development at cloud technology company AMCS, explains how smart approaches can be employed to improve waste collections efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions.
As the world’s urban population continues to increase, Mark Abbas, Director of Business Development of cloud technology company AMCS, explains how the moving to a smart city model can ensure a sustainable solution to urban waste collections, supporting the health and wellbeing of cities for the future.
Toiletries company Andrex has received Water UK’s ‘Fine to Flush’ accreditation for its range of washlet wet wipes, with the certification logo set to be rolled out across all products from spring 2020.