Zest Recycle
12 May 2022
How to Reduce and Manage Waste in the Hospitality & Food Industry

Over a third of all the food waste generated globally is wasted. All of this waste, which equates to around 900 million tonnes, ends up in landfills around the world and accounts for around 10% of all man-made greenhouse emissions.

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Zest Recycle
11 May 2022
World FM Day: An Interview with Cymbeline Leadbitter

Happy World FM Day! To celebrate, we are delighted to share an interview with our resident FM account expert and our newest Account Director, Cymbeline Leadbitter on her thoughts on waste management in the FM sector.

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Zest Recycle
24 March 2022
The Future of Plastic in the UK

The past three decades have seen a monumental shift in the way we look at and treat plastic products. The public is armed with more and more knowledge each day about the danger of single-use plastics, and the demand for them to be phased out grows stronger with it.

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Zest Recycle
22 February 2022
How Can we Move Towards a Circular Economy?

While we live in a world where we’re becoming more aware of the amount of waste we produce than ever, waste generation globally continues to increase with no signs of slowing down.

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Zest Recycle
3 November 2021
Climate Change and the Future for Waste Management

Zest Recycle has decided to delve into the subject of climate change, the way that the waste industry is contributing towards it, and how waste management companies need to adapt in order to meet essential targets.

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Zest Recycle
18 March 2021
Let’s talk Net Zero Carbon – By Tony McPartland

Tony McPartland, Managing Director of Zest Recycle, dives into the hot topic of Net Zero Carbon.

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Zest Recycle
17 December 2020
The future of WEEE waste in the UK

Tony McPartland takes a look at the possible implications for WEEE waste recycling in the UK

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