Real recycling top marks for brand new Manchester hotel QBIC with Fresh Start Waste
Challenging traditional stereotypes, Qbic is reinventing the concept of affordable hotels by focusing on what matters to its stylish, savvy, environmentally-responsible guests. With this in mind Fresh Start Waste, who offer a ‘Real Recycling’ solution to businesses across the City Centre and beyond were the obvious partner for Qbic Manchester’s waste and recycling strategy.
Can you recycle tea bags?
Not that we need an excuse to put the kettle on, but National Tea Day on April 21st is the perfect invitation. And when we do, all but four per cent of brews will use a tea bag.
Can you recycle old toothbrushes and toothpaste tubes?
While the importance of brushing is clear, can we choose more carefully what we do with our toothbrushes once we’ve worn through their bristles?
Fresh Start Waste’s fleet are some of the greenest, safest and quietest around
Working together with fellow family run business CP Davidson & Sons (CPD), Fresh Start now have some of the greenest vehicles in the industry, furthering their commitment to Manchester’s Zero Carbon by 2038 pledge.
Fresh Start Waste provide essential support for Manchester’s homeless and people in crisis with Coffee4Craig
Fresh Start Waste have furthered their commitment to supporting Manchester’s homeless community through the provision of waste collection services free of charge to the Coffee4Craig charity on an ongoing basis.
Tree planting programme going well
Amidst the current gloomy situation we find ourselves in, at Fresh Start we wanted to share some positive news about the saplings we planted as part of our Carbon Offsetting programme.
Commitment to recycling continues at Fresh Start Waste with investment in brand new recycling facility
Carbon Conscious Fresh Start Waste Services have furthered their commitment to providing businesses across the North West with waste reduction and recycling services through their recent substantial investment in a brand-new recycling facility.
Is polystyrene recyclable?
Polystyrene’s versatility is one reason it is among the most common types of plastic. From takeaway food trays through to a packaging material, it has dozens of uses. Like many plastics, however, it is slow to biodegrade. While that is a useful attribute in terms of practicality, it makes it more important to dispose of used polystyrene correctly. Fortunately, it is recyclable.
Does Santa Claus recycle?
While there may be some debate whether he lives in Lapland, at the North Pole, or even in Spain as the Dutch believe, it’s a well-known fact that Father Christmas has a very modern outlook on life, as seen in revealing documentaries such as Elf and Santa Claus: The Movie.
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