Monthly Archives: April 2016

Earth Day and Green Office Week

Local recycling, global responsibility – celebrating Earth Day and Green Office Week Friday 22nd April looks set to be a historical day for our planet, as the leaders from 175 different countries including China, the US and the UK signed the Paris climate change agreement. It was also Earth Day 2016, the 46th year of a movement that continues…
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Dealing with contaminated waste

          Contaminated in transit For some, receiving a contaminated load, perhaps tainted accidently through transit, is a business nightmare. Not only can you suffer the loss of lost stock but there’s also the tricky business of disposing of the now hazardous items.  Let alone thinking about whether this waste can be…
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Cognita

Cognita is a worldwide group of schools in Europe, Latin America and South-East Asia. It employs some 7,000 teaching and support staff in the care and education of more than 40,000 pupils. In the UK, there are 40 schools stretching from Huddersfield Grammar School in Yorkshire to King’s School & Nursery in Plymouth. Cognita's approach The…
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Waste collection prices

Many people ask at this time of year, why has the cost of my business waste contract increased and am I still getting a competitively priced waste collection service? This is because on April 1st the government traditionally increases the cost of landfill tax. Call Cawleys on 0845 260 2000 for a competitive quote If…
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Cawleys welcomes new health and safety leader

Health and safety industry expert, William Furniss, will work with teams across the Cawleys business to further strengthen the company’s safety culture. The waste management industry plays a vital role in our society, processing the 228 million tonnes of waste which is generated in the UK each year, and employing over 160,000 workers, or 0.5…
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Canary Wharf case study from Cawleys

Cawleys was selected to manage the waste services for the Canary Wharf estate in 2015 because of its proven ability to work across large sites, and its exceptional ability to achieve high recycling rates, particularly through taking residual waste and passing it through its own MRF to improve recovery rates. We are pleased to publish…
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Canary Wharf

Canary Wharf has an instantly recognisable London skyline, and is a globally recognised name as the home to some of the world’s greatest companies.  The estate is a transformation of 97 acres of derelict docklands and represents one of great feats of modern British civic engineering. It is a showcase for the UK’s construction industry,…
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