npower has encouraged homeowners to act quickly in order to benefit from the Government boiler scrappage scheme
Waste King, the specialist collections, clearance and recycling company, is urging everyone – from individuals to the largest corporations – to recycle as much of their waste as possible.
It is now more than two years since Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs) were introduced. Sceptics claim these are “worthless” but a recent survey by National Energy Services (NES) tells a very different story.
Waste King, the specialist collections, clearance and recycling company, has publicly pledged its commitment to recycle a substantial and significant percentage of all the waste it collects from its customers – thus avoiding using the landfill option wherever possible. Moreover, it has promised that all the waste it collects is disposed of in an environmentally friendly way.
Limerick County Council confirmed today that 20 pc (700 kilometres) of the local road network, accounting for approximately 70-80 pc of the traffic in the county, is being salted on a daily basis.
npower has welcomed the start of the UK Government's home boiler scrappage scheme and has pledged it is to continue its own scheme that was launched in late 2009
An action aimed at harnessing the industrial and tourism potential of the Shannon Estuary is among a series of measures outlined in the Draft Clare County Development Plan 2011-2017.
Andy Cattigan and Glenn Currie - the founders of the specialist collections, clearance and recycling company, Waste King – bring their recycling and environmentally friendly waste management skills to radio on Monday 4th January, when they are the guests in ‘The Expert Hour’, part of Lorna Milton’s afternoon show on BBC Three Counties Radio.