Saturday, December 2nd, 2017
What is hazardous waste?
attribution: FreeImages.com/Simon Cataudo
These are probably one of the most dangerous things at your home and many of us are unaware how harmful they can actually be. That’s the main reason why this type of items are very often ignored and that leads to tragic consequences.
By definition, hazardous waste is some type of waste that is potentially harmful to our health or to the environment (usually both). It’s a fact, though, that almost every household on the planet stores at least something like that because it’s unavoidable. Continue reading
Friday, September 1st, 2017
Climate Change issues made sure that Christmas Temperatures around the World are getting warmer each winter.
The trend has been ongoing for quite a while but the effects have never been so obvious. Many places, that usually enjoy quite a bit of snow during Christmas season may not even get any.
Why is that?
Wednesday, August 9th, 2017
Tuesday, August 1st, 2017
The Future of Waste Management
Future of waste management is one of the world’s biggest challenges at the moment with the bulky, smelling waste that is being generated all over the world in quantities beyond the imaginable. Developed countries like Sweden and the U.S. somehow manage to dispose most of it and some gets even recycled or turned into compost.
Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Thursday, January 12th, 2017
Boobs vs Books
Is the environment affected by breast enhancement? Do Boobs and Books have something in common, besides the visual resemblance of the two words? And who wins that fight – Boobs or Books? You can find the answers to those and many more questions about “boob jobs” in that article, just keep on reading! After all, we need a break from the ordinary rubbish removal in London services tasks with something fresh and geeky.
Wednesday, December 28th, 2016
“Ultimately, you take the sum of all the earth’s dynamic systems and they are much more capable of affecting us than we are on them; but we are still affecting them on a massive scale.”
Recently, in our research about the different mindsets as it comes to the environment, we came upon this extraordinary research: “The impact of religious faith on attitudes to environmental issues and Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies: A mixed methods study”, by the Environment and Behaviour Research Group, Department of Psychology, University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield S10 2TP, United Kingdom.
Friday, October 24th, 2014
“The rubbish incineration plant at Spillepengen, Malmö, Sweden” by jorchr, CC BY-SA
What a win ! Our rubbish removal specialists found out a glorious achievement in terms of waste management efficiency ! Sweden is doing something interesting. Less than 1% of their waste ends up in landfills. How? By recycling the waste they produce. However, there’s a catch: they recycle only half of it. The rest is being converted to energy through incineration. But that’s not an issue of efficiency. Incineration plants are not a bad thing and I will tell you why in a bit. Continue reading
Monday, August 4th, 2014
3D Printed House by Win Sun, CC BY-SA
Many people think that 3D printing is a timely hype. Yes, it’s new, it’s interesting, but from what most of us have seen – it’s nothing revolutionary. Still, its most famous uses are for guns and human organs. And we can definitely see why people think it’s over-hyped. Organs haven’t had big success and guns.. well, I don’t think we need more weapons, especially so easily obtained ones. But a Chinese company is trying something else. Check out what Rubbish Begone, waste removal London company has prepared for you in this blog post. Continue reading
Friday, July 11th, 2014
Welcome to the next special blog post edition of Rubbish Begone, rubbish removal London services company.
First off, a big, intergalactic Thank you(!) to the fine people of World Science Festival for letting us post their wonderful infographic on our website. And what an infographic it is! Synthesizing data from various scientific organizations, including NASA, it shows how much rubbish is swirling around the planet and compares the mass and volume to various objects we are well accustomed to. Continue reading