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How is Coronavirus affecting business?

How is Coronavirus affecting businesses? Coronavirus, the respiratory illness that started in the Chinese city of Wuhan, has started to slow down in its origin country, but doesn’t look to slow down in the rest of its growth worldwide.  As of 9am on the 10 March 2020, there are 373 cases of COVID-19 in the […]
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Waste disposal regulations for businesses

Waste disposal regulations for businesses Businesses produce waste, and because of that fact, your business has a legal responsibility to deal with it safely. Whether that’s throwing things away, sorting waste, transporting it yourself or anything else, there are rules that you should be up to date on if you’d rather avoid any unwanted fees. […]
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Energy companies trial new smart meter

Energy Companies Trial New Smart Meter Two UK energy companies have just completed their government-funded long-term trials of a more efficient and user-friendly type of smart meter.  Bristol Energy and Baxi Heating have both developed a new meter, with the help of the Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), where heat is measured […]
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Where can my business save money? The guide

Where can my business save money? The guide As an SME, your budget is crucial. It is the difference between growth, stagnation, and going bust. Once you’ve worked out your profit margins and your expected returns, one of the most difficult things is knowing how much of this to reinvest in your company, because of […]
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The real cost of business waste

The real cost of business waste WRAP (the Waste Resources Action Programme, owned by the government), estimates that around a quarter of all waste produced in England is created by businesses. While the other three quarters, residential collections, are covered by council tax, there is no such solution for businesses across most of the country. […]
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Renewable Energy: Why is Denmark so good?

Renewable Energy: Why is Denmark so good? Denmark is arguably the most innovative and productive country in the world when it comes to wind energy. To prove this, the Environmental Report for Danish electricity and CHP report of 2018 revealed that the total electricity generation from renewable energy sources in the country was 21,043 GWh […]
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Overflowing bins- what’s the danger?

Overflowing bins- what’s the danger? People are creating more waste than ever. Bins are overflowing faster and faster, partly due to all of the packaging food comes in nowadays, and partly due to reduced collection times. That is why it’s more important than ever to deal with it efficiently. Naples is a major example of […]
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US tops global waste charts

US tops global waste charts The world produces over two billion tonnes of solid waste every year, which is at least 3.5 million tons of waste a day, 10 times the amount we produced century ago, according to World Bank researchers. The U.S. is at the top of this list, producing a world-record 250 million […]
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Food waste: dealing with it as a business

Dealing with business food waste Food waste in the UK has been in vogue since an agreement was made in 2012 for businesses to help lower the amount of food being thrown out on a daily basis. It was a positive step, but it does still seem like business food waste is taken nowhere near […]
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Renewable energy is finally the same price as fossil fuels

Renewable energy is finally the same price as fossil fuels The cost of renewable energy has dropped steadily over the last year, to the point where the majority of green energy sources are now competitive with fossil fuels, including oil, coal and gas-fired power plants, according to new data released recently. Hydroelectric power is currently […]
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