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The Environment Agency
Contains in depth information and features such as ‘what is in your backyard’, and ‘the state of the environment in your air-space’. The site has a large section on waste management information and is colourful and very interactive. A very useful site which is both light and entertaining, as well as informative and easy to use.

Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation
A site which encourages everyone to recycle aluminium cans. The site details schemes to involve children, as well as businesses in recycling.

British Glass
What can you use recycled glass for? The answers can all be found here. Clean, straightforward site.

British Plastics Federation
Many suggestions for the use of recycled plastic can be found on this site, as well as detailed information about the British Plastics Federation.

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Department of the Environment for Northern Ireland
A simple site from the Department of the Environment in Northern Ireland with a link to the Environment and Heritage Service.

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Consultation papers can be found under the ‘waste and recycling’ section.

Department of Trade and Industry
A very text-orientated site. Up to date with all regulations, speeches and press notices concerning trade and industry. This site is less useful for browsing, but excellent as a library for the latest legal and media views.

Envirolink UK
Envirolink UK is a service operated by Business Link to help the delivery of environmental information and support small and medium-sized businesses at a local level.

Environment and Heritage Service (Northern Ireland)
The Environment and Heritage Service (EHS) polices the Packaging Waste Regulations in Northern Ireland. Its equivalent body in England and Wales is the Environment Agency and in Scotland it is the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.

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Environment Campaigns (previously ‘Going for Green’)
Environment Campaigns runs some of the biggest national environmental awareness campaigns aimed at the British public, including the ‘Keep Britain Tidy’ campaign. It is funded by both the Department of the Environment and the private sector. The website is informative and useful and includes a discussion forum.

A government programme dedicated to helping companies become more competitive and more profitable by reducing waste at the source. They can help your business with waste minimisation through various methods and try to save your company money. A simple and straightforward site that gets to the point.

Europen – The European Organisation for Packaging and the Environment
An industry and trade organisation open to any company with an economic interest in packaging. It explains all the questions you want to ask. No query is too simple, no question too detailed. Europen are trying to find a compromise between economics and legislative requirements. Interesting and informative site.

Her Majesty’s Stationery Office
A plain text site which is straight to the point. A good source for copies of the packaging regulations and consultation papers.

The Industry Council for Packaging and the Environment
A non-profit organisation which researches the environmental and social effects of packaging. They provide current news concerning the packaging world, as well as an education section for schools. This is an impressive site with lots to find out and explore.

The Institute of Packaging
An up to date site detailing all you need to know about packaging. Membership to the Institute is offered, as well as training for companies and education for schools. A very easy to use site with an uncomplicated layout.

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London Remade
An innovative recycling programme aimed at increasing markets for recycled products and driving the development of an entrepreneurial recycling supply chain. A unique partnership between the business, community, public and not-for-profit sectors, London Remade uses recycling as a vehicle to drive economic and social regeneration and is principally funded by the London Development Agency to deliver green procurement and business support programmes. Valpak is a sponsor of London Remade.

National Statistics Office
A well laid out site giving good instructions on how to find statistics on a wide-ranging list of topics.

The Recycling of Post-Consumer Plastic Containers. This is a registered charity and environmental body. The site is made fun by the use of a ‘plastic bottle man’.
Has special sections dedicated to recycling for businesses, householders and an extensive schools section containing classroom activities and games. Developed by Valpak in response to the Consumer Information Obligations under the Packaging Waste Regulations.

Scottish Environment Protection Agency
A colourful home page, but it is harder to find information on waste, so we recommend using the search button. The information centres strongly on Scottish issues. On the subject of waste, it gives incentives for companies to become involved in projects. Good coverage of government papers and regulations. Well set out and interesting site.

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Shanks Waste Solutions
Shanks are a UK waste management company. Shanks offer a wide and innovative range of waste management solutions within various collection, transport, recycling, treatment and disposal services. A bright, cheerful and well-designed site.

Steel Can Recycling Information Bureau
This bureau is funded by Corus and forms part of the Corus Steel Packaging Recycling Unit. All aspects of recycling steel are covered in a practical way.

Waste Watch
This is a national organisation that deals with waste reduction, reuse and recycling. As well as educating and informing the public, schools and businesses, Waste Watch advises and liaises with the government. A good site for networking and discovering other like-minded businesses.

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    We provide clearance and removal services to the following towns, and all surrounding villages in West Sussex:  
    Amberley, Arundel, Barnham, Bognor Regis, Burgess Hill, Chichester, Crawley East Grinstead, Gatwick, Haywards Heath, Horsham, Lancing, Lindfield, Littlehampton, Midhurst, Petworth, Selsey, Shoreham-by-Sea, Southbourne, West Wittering, Westbourne, Woodmancote, Worthing, Yapton.

    We provide clearance and removal services to the following towns, and all surrounding villages in East Sussex:  
    Battle, Bexhill-on-Sea, Brighton, Crowborough, Crawley, Eastbourne, Fletching, Hailsham, Hastings, Horsham, Hove, Hurst Green, Lewes, Newhaven, Ninfield, Peacehaven, Plumpton Green, Rye, Seaford, Sedlescombe, Wadhurst.

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    Addlestone, Ashtead, Bletchingley, Camberley, Capel, Caterham Valley, Chertsey, Cobham, Coulsdon, Dorking, East Horsley, East Molesey, Egham, Englefield Green, Epsom, Esher, Farnham, Frimley, Frimley Green, Godalming, Great Bookham, Guildford, Haslemere, Horley, Lightwater, Lingfield, Morden, Oxted, Purley, Redhill, Reigate, Selsdon, Smallfield, Staines, Stoneleigh, Surbiton, Sutton, Tatsfield, Wallington, West Byfleet, Weybridge, Windlesham, Woking, Worcester Park, Horsham, Crawley, Gatwick, East Grinstead, Haywards Heath, Dorking.  Epsom, Redhill, Reigate, Brighton, Worthing.