The next Repair Cafe will be taking place at Grange Court in Leominster on Saturday 11th October, 2014. It will run from 0930 to 1300 and will have an Upcycling element this time. That means a specific focus on how things can be reused or turned into something different, rather than be thrown away..
Low and Behold has been working on biogas or Anaerobic Digestion (AD) projects for around ten years. So we’re pleased to support a new short film explaining the basics of AD. Fronted by the charming Michael Chesshire and brought into life by metnet, the Marches Environmental Technologies Network, this will tell you all you need.
Now the sun is shining and lambs are leaping in the fields, are you thinking it’s time for a spring clean? If so, then you might want to get in touch via email@example.com to get hold of a vacuum, new mop or mop bucket! Free to charities and not-for-profit organisations and available at a low.
It’s been a busy couple of months at Low and Behold, not least because we moved into our new warehouse site back in November. This unit in Leominster has helped us expand our award-winning business reuse and recycling service. We are now able to sort, categorise and weigh materials more effectively and can now also.
Happy New Year! 2014 is finally here and our Reuse project is going from strength to strength. As part of the service we have been able to provide swimming caps to a charity that provides a whole range of swimming activities to disabled children. The swimming caps were provided to us, as they were surplus.
Metnet, the Marches Environmental TechnologiesNetwork, is a business network that promotes collaborative working among businesses that provide products or services within the environmental technologies sector in Herefordshire, Worcestershire, Telford & Wrekin and Shropshire. On Thursday 14th November they ran their annual conference at Worcester County Cricket Club. The event gave us a great opportunity to.
Here at Low and Behold we are always interested in getting our hands dirty and experiencing the reality of the waste industry. In the past this has included days volunteering at a festival with the recycling crews sorting through the bins to remove any contamination from within the recycling. Our latest endeavour was to volunteer.
The Technology Strategy Board has a simple aim, to accelerate economic growth by stimulating and supporting business-led innovation. They offer advice and funding to help businesses develop new products and services and therefore bring them closer to market. One of their main priorities focuses on Resource Efficiency. A large part of the challenges faced focuses.
We recently attended the annual LARAC (Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee) Conference that took place at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham. While I was only able to attend the first day of the conference, there was still a lot to be gained from that short amount of time. LARAC is an organisation run.