Environmental

The Lifespan of Your Waste

When we throw out our waste, the majority of us just forget about it as soon as it hits the bottom of the bin. This infographic by Trade Skips has …

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Environmental Impact of Burial Funerals

This infographic lays out many of the environmentally harmful factors of burial funerals that the average person does not see. The consequences for our planet that stem from the funeral …

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What can we learn from the Flint Water Crisis?

When Flint’s administrators switched to a local water source in 2014, it was soon followed by complaints from residents who cited health concerns about this water and, a few months …

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7 Tips to Save Water

Here are 7 essential tips to saving water within your home. Every little helps and it all contributes to improving the environment. It’s one of the most obvious ones but …

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The Waste of E-Waste

In the infographic you can see the minerals used in your devices, the metals produced from them and what are they used for. The infographic has an informative character. Pointing …

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Trees & The Environment: Why Life Depends On Them

It is estimated that 20 million new trees would provide us with 260 million tons of oxygen and remove 10 million tons of CO2 from the atmosphere. Did you know …

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Autumn Gardening Jobs

Just because it’s autumn it doesn’t mean the gardening has to stop. While it will be difficult to watch your beautiful summer garden lose some of its beauty, there is …

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European Recycling Rates – Radical Recyclers or Waste Weaklings?

What is a recycling rate? And how good is the UK at recycling? Dunmow Waste Management has created this easy to understand, infographic to highlight the recycling rates of municipal …

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Must-Have Apps for Nature Lovers

Being a fan of technology doesn’t mean having to neglect the natural world. So before you head out on your next countryside walk – or simply glance out the window …

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The Miracle of Clean Water

As society developed throughout the 20th century, public drinking water has come a long way. However, there are still many risks associated with drinking water from the tap. As public …

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