Monthly Archives: October 2020

Beware of ‘Zombie Batteries’ this Halloween

Halloween may be the time of year we all become terrified of ghouls and ghosts, but it also coincides with another, more realistic, threat (particularly in the waste industry).....that of 'zombie batteries'. The term, coined by the Environmental Services Association (ESA), is being used this autumn to bring awareness to the risks associated with throwing…
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Lodge Farm Business Centre welcomes Cawleys back after 20 years

Lodge Farm Business Centre is a family run local business that has been in operation since 1985, and it is currently owned and operated by PJ Sawbridge & Sons Ltd. The facility offers individual units to local businesses wishing to take advantage of the great location, modern interiors, and environmentally friendly facilities. Cawleys originally worked…
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Cawleys goes Electric!

Cawleys has been at the forefront of responsible Lithium Battery Recycling for a good few years now and we have the expertise and experience to safely collect batteries from electric and hybrid vehicles. Our resident expert in all things Lithium waste, Alan Colledge, is now putting his money where his mouth is and has joined…
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Wellness Packs for a Terrific Team

As a family-run business that has been built on many years of dedication and team work, we understand wholeheartedly that our people are the life-blood of our success. In these unprecedented times, it is more important than ever that we are mindful of the challenges some of our employees might be facing. It has been…
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Food Waste: What’s the future for festive feasts?

Last Christmas the terms ‘lockdown’ and ‘quarantine’ were more likely to conjure up thoughts of prison riots and travelling canines than anything that would directly affect us. We were living in a happy oblivion but off course things are now completely different. This will be the first Christmas we’ve had in the shadow of Covid-19…
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Wellness when working from home

At the end of September the advice to 'work from home if possible' returned and many of the UK workforce had little choice but to return to their kitchen tables and converted offices to carry out the daily demands of employment. Whilst for many the original instruction to work from home back in March was…
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