A Look at Waste and Recycling UK
Since time immemorial, mankind has been throwing rubbish in holes in the ground. Pits and mine, ditches gullies have been dug since the dawn of time, and civilisations have formed, so waste has thrown in them.
Even today, excavations for one reason or another, can turn up rubbish pits from the days of this country being part of the Roman Empire, from plague pits of the Middle Ages to bottle dumps of the Victorians.
Since the end of the Second World War, the consumer society has been growing, with manufacturing producing goods costs previously unheard of, particularly with growth in plastics, the throwaway Continue reading “Waste & Recycling in the UK”