“As long as we have cheap fracked gas then we will have virgin plastic production” Andy Georgi
Over 90% of businesses in Scotland comply with environmental regulations according to the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA).
Having trialled the bamboo toothbrush and the toothpaste tablets here are the completely personal results.
Wednesday evening saw a lecture on transition engineering by Professor Susan Krumdieck of Canterbury University New Zealand.
We will be trialling a bamboo brush and toothpaste tablets (which include fluoride).
For those who like to dip a toe – or a bit more – into Scotland’s waters and enjoy swimming in our seas SEPA is providing bathers with water quality updates.
94.37% of the sea grass in Halley, Orkney was shown to have micro plastics attached to the plants
Unite is highly critical of the devolution of this policy which seems to have occurred without any consultation except through private negotiations with the Scottish Green Party.”
“Plastic bale wrap is classed as commercial waste, and therefore must be disposed of at an authorised facility (ie, a waste or recycling facility) at the business owner’s cost.”
The new regulations come into force from 1st of January 2019.