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Let's Talk Rubbish.
Welcome to our blog. Here, we cover a range of sustainability topics which The Rubbish Project believe should be heard. We talk a lot about rubbish, but understand there’s more to sustainability than recycling, so we use this space to communicate the wider message of sustainability across various industries.
Mid 2021 the EU is planning to introduce the Single-Use Plastics Directive (SUP). The key objective appears to be moving business and consumers away from single-use plastics and towards re-usable solutions. On the surface of it, this sounds like a good environmental move.
School grounds have become wildlife deserts. They’re chopped, mown, poisoned and slashed. The brief is for well ‘managed landscapes’ – neat and tidy. What this means in practice is monoculture lawns, trimmed hedges, extensive tarmac and a sterile environment. Where are the birds, bats, bees, butterflies, beetles and barn owls? Rewild the world before it’s too late!