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NWH Group is looking for school partners to help spread the word amongst the next generation, and will provide resources, information and materials that support teachers to educate children about the importance of recycling.
As a business, we aim to make a positive difference to the communities in which we operate, and by showing our commitment to Children 1st we hope this support means we can make a real difference to the lives of children in need.
Children 1st is Scotland’s national children’s charity, and it exists to prevent abuse and neglect, and to protect children and keep them safe from harm
We at the NWH Group strongly believe that it is the responsibility of all businesses in the recycling and environmental industries to ensure that our customers and partners understand the importance of recycling.
In 2018 economist Tony MacKay estimated the cost of adverse weather to the Scottish economy to be £75m per day. Estimating that economic output in Scotland was around £375m a day on average, that was reduced by 20% each day that the country was seriously affected by adverse weather. Due to climate change, the number of days that Scottish businesses are affected by adverse weather is due to increase year on year
Following the major shake-up of rules for the storage of general waste and recycling bins in 2015, City of Edinburgh Council is taking its policy to the next level and revoking permits for businesses to store food and glass waste on public property.
The waste recycler, NWH Group, is set to invest more than £2m in its new Factory Road site in Newcastle’s Blaydon area in order to launch its trade waste service for the north east of England.