An educational lesson in on-site composting


With food waste costing the education sector over £250 million every year, it’s understandable that sustainability, waste reduction and resource efficiency are high on the environmental agenda of many schools, colleges and universities throughout the UK. But to achieve the ultimate goal of an... Read more »

WE’RE HIRING – do our latest vacancies tick your boxes?


 We have three job roles which need filling at Tidy Planet – project engineer, site service engineer and field service engineer. Could they offer the opportunity you’ve been searching for within the waste and recycling industry?So, about us… In a nutshell, we’re leaders in the field of... Read more »

Organic waste – the resource recovery story continues


Resource recovery is gathering momentum in the UK, but not just because the concept is becoming more widely understood. Technological innovation means a greater variety of wastes can increasingly be converted into fuels, and a growing number of organisations are developing their own closed loop... Read more »

What’s the future of coffee cups in 2019?


One of the most – if not the most – talked about items in the packaging world in 2018, the coffee cup has been centric to the worldwide debate about plastic waste and how to prevent it. So, with a surge in governmental legislation around plastic and the rising number of East Asian countries... Read more »

Energy-from-Waste: 2018 key reflections and 2019 predictions


From the Chancellor’s coffee cup levy proposal, to cotton bud bans, the implementation of deposit-return schemes, and the rise of compostable alternatives to plastic packaging, 2018 has not only been a key year for the war against single-use plastics, but also in re-evaluating the resource... Read more »