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Plastic recyclers from around the world: How innovators are dealing with plastic pollution

We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again. Plastic pollution is a huge problem which is seriously damaging the planet and in particular, our marine landscape. Plastic has been found in more than 60% of all seabirds and in 100% of all sea turtle species as they mistake plastic for food (source: Ocean Conservancy). …

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What do the new Covid-19 data collection requirements mean for hospitality businesses?

It’s been two years since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect, changing the way in which organisations collect and process personal data. Business owners had to put aside time to familiarise themselves with the new regulation and ensure that their employees were implementing the new processes that were put in place. As …

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South West waste management services firm DCW invests in new fire detecting technology

Devon-based commercial waste management firm DCW has recently taken steps to improve the safety of its drivers and the communities it serves by installing innovative and unique heat monitoring technology into its trucks. DCW has been working together with Packaged Group Limited to develop their new PackTEL product which will help to drive up health …

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DCW Takes Steps to Tackle Air Pollution with Low Emission Vehicles

As a country, our environmental consciousness has increased dramatically over the past few years. We are committed to cleaning up our countryside and waterways and recycling wherever possible. The images of waste floating in our seas have made us sit up and pay attention – but what about the pollution that we can’t see? Public Health …

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South West waste management firm DCW employs hawk to see off seagulls

Devon based commercial waste management company DCW has introduced its newest and youngest member of staff – a 19-week-old Harris’s Hawk, named Avro. Based at the South West firm’s waste transfer station in Exeter, the hawk is employed to do one job – scare away seagulls. An important member of the team, Avro’s role means …

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