Cleaning Tips

Tough carpet stain? Break out your steam iron and a damp washcloth for maximum cleaning power. The heat and the moisture act as a one-two punch against even the toughest stains. To get stubborn food stains off your cutting board, sprinkle it with kosher salt and scrub the salt using half a lemon. Once you rinse, you’ve got a fresh-smelling and sparkling board. To get rid of the dark grease...
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Recycling changes see ‘Troliblocs’ rolling out across Blaenau Gwent

Recycling changes see ‘Troliblocs’ rolling out across Blaenau Gwent RESIDENTS in Blaenau Gwent will see a shake up in the way they recycle with a new system being introduced from this month. Trolibocs, a stack of three recycling boxes on a wheeled trolley unit, are being distributed to every household in the borough between now and October in a bid to increase the council’s...
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Welsh councils praised for recycling rate

Welsh councils praised for recycling rate 29 May 2015 | By Jack Loughran Natural resources minister Carl Sargeant has praised Welsh councils on the success of their recycling services. which surpass those in England and Northern Ireland. The Recycling Carbon Index Report from Eunomia, released earlier in May, claims that Wales outperformed the other countries in the carbon emission reductions...
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Welsh Businesses Will Have To Recycle More Under New Legislation

Welsh Businesses Will Have To Recycle More Under New Legislation 18 May 2015, 9:34 PM Article taken from Green Building Press The Welsh government is in the process of putting together an Environment Bill. The overarching aims of which are to put in place legislation that will enable Wales’ resources to be managed in a more proactive, sustainable and joined-up way and to establish the...
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New recycling law to hit schools, hospitals and businesses in Wales

New recycling law to hit schools, hospitals and businesses in Wales Welsh businesses, schools and hospitals will have to separate their waste for recycling under new legislation. The Environment (Wales) Bill, introduced today, will also challenge the Welsh Government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% in the next 35 years. ‘Delivering for future generations’ Natural resources...
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