Estrella Damm has permanently eliminated the plastic rings from its cans, and since December 1st, 2020, it has been producing 100% of Estrella Damm with the new LatCub grouping rings, made of 100% biodegradable cardboard. […]
There are billions of mobile phone chargers sold each year in the world. For this reason, given that they are made with some 100% recyclable materials, it is extremely important that we know what to do with them and where to dispose of the mobile chargers when their useful life ends.
CDs and DVDs are made of polycarbonate (transparent thermoplastic), a thin layer of aluminum (sometimes it is a layer of gold), a protective layer and coloring inks, all of which are non-biodegradable materials. Therefore, and given that they are valuable materials for the industry, do you know where to throw your old CDs once their useful life has ended?
Light bulbs usually have a considerably long life, but in the end, they stop working. Then comes the big question: Where do I throw the bulbs? Which is the suitable container? It is important to know where we should throw the bulbs, because many contain, in addition to glass, components like plastics, metals, gases and other elements such as mercury…
The local businesses can provide us with personalized attention, warmth, variety and specialization.
But, often, the local businesses of proximity need mechanisms that increase their visibility and remind us that they are there, very close to us, to provide us with the services or products we need on a daily basis.
We, printer cartridges, are very useful, but we can also be much more polluting than you might imagine. My components, released into the environment, would be very, very harmful both to your health and to the health of any other way of life. When I run out of ink, do you know where to deposit me?
Blipvert’s Urban Recycle Stations are a magnificent “speaker” for your business, a local advertising support that facilitates the insertion of Advertisements of companies located in your municipality.
I am a daughter of the earth. Very hard and resistant, but light and malleable. If you abandon me in any way, I will remain 500 years polluting the seas or the land. But […]
Aluminium is the “king” recycling material, and the drink can, his “queen”.
Do you want to know why?
Only a very few countries in the world prohibit its production, marketing and use. Who are these advanced countries? Who are the pioneers and world leaders in banning plastic bags? Finland, Norway, Switzerland, maybe Denmark …?
An International study recently published in the journal Science of the Total Environment, in which Ethel Eljarrat, a scientific researcher at the Institute of Environmental Diagnosis and Water Studies of the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC), has participated, has shown that disassembling appliances with electronic waste can expose the people who do it to dangerous pollutants.
We suddenly realized how important it is to go for a stroll (a simple stroll), how wonderful it is to walk and breathe, how healthy it is to chat while looking at the sky, how comforting it is to run for a while and stretch the muscles or how essential it is to hug and be hugged. Is now the time for change?
Do you know in which container disposable gloves should be “thrown”? And masks?
In a recent survey conducted by Cambridge Assessment, it is pointed out that 46% of Spanish students consider that the climate crisis is the main problem facing the world today.
Neither one nor two plastic straws can be considered a problem for the environment.
But what about 1 million straws? And 100 million? And 1,000 million? and…?
In 1997 the first yellow container was placed in the street. Today there are nearly 400.000 containers of this type that take up the streets of our cities and towns, but users still have doubts about what to deposit in this container. For this reason, a “review” that reminds us how to use the container does not hurt at all.
While you are trying to recycle, not waste water, reduce the consumption of single-use plastics… there are many other people doing the same thing, and there are also people working, exploring or researching new solutions.
Methuselah, climate change expert (because with ages comes wisdom), answers without any hurry a series of questions about environmental news made by our special envoy to the White Mountains (United States), where Methuselah lives protected and incognito among other trees of the same species.
On environmental issues, there are times when being pessimistic (very pessimistic) seems the most reasonable personal option.
However, there is news (data related to the environment) that optimists can use to argue that it is perfectly possible to change the direction of the most catastrophic predictions.
Harry Potter could not make the monstrous amount of plastic containers that we throw away daily worldwide disappear by magic. Instead, we (without magic) can actually do something, and very remarkable. Do you want to know how?
At home, when it is with you, it is delicate, soft, light… But, as soon as you turn your back and lose sight of it, it meets in the underworld with others just like it and grows up to become a beast of enormous proportions that ends up devastating and destroying everything in its path.
Reading opinions or ratings about our Urban Recycling Stations makes us proud and gives us extra energy to keep on working with enthusiasm and rigour.
Do you want to know what the municipalities and users who already know us value most?
Greenwashing is an activity closely related to the deceiving advertising that some companies, governments or entities carry out with the objective of “cleaning” their image.
The reason? To sell more (or not lose sales) because every day there are more consumers who buy products or hire services considering the environmental commitment of the companies.
Who are the unscrupulous people who pour microplastics in the seas?
Let’s find out: go home, go to your bedroom, open the closet, take out a pullover, some underwear, a blouse, socks, some pants… and leave it all on the bed.
Now, read the labels of each of the garments: polyester, nylon, lycra, saran…?
The Dutch Supreme court has ordered the Government to reduce greenhouse gases from January 1, 2020, because it considers that “it must protect the citizen from the deterioration of the environment and that the fight against climate change is a matter of general interest.”
Did you know? Disposable bags always, to a greater or lesser degree, “pollute”, tarnish and harm the environment, the natural world and, by extension, human beings, even though these bags are labeled as “biodegradable” or “compostable”.
Blipvert’s Urban Recycling Stations are selective collection urban containers, specially designed for us to deposit up to seven different household waste in them.
The “official” speech on electric cars maintains that it actually is a perfect private transport option: it would be a clean, green, easy and even “cheap” way from the point of view of its impact in the environment. But, is the official speech true or is there another version?
Until recently, we threw organic waste, cardboard, plastic or aluminum containers and even batteries or medicines in the same garbage bag, and we threw the bag in the first container we found.
More than a half of the Planet’s population (about 5000 million people) don’t have in their homes (or wherever they live) a system that removes feces safely. Meaning, those of us who obtain water from a tap whenever we want and those of us who “pull the chain” because we have an optimal sanitation system are a privileged planetary minority.
During the night, while you sleep, the energy vampires get up and go across your home, they dig their canines into the electric current and “suck” the energy, silently, without attracting attention, drop by drop, kilowatt to kilowatt.
I win both man and woman’s hearts. I’m universal and essential, I create an addiction. Without me, the 21st Century wouldn’t be what it is. Guess… Who am I? Currently, in this country, there […]
Quina finalitat té que es declari i s’institucionalitzi un dia en concret com a Dia Mundial sense Cotxes (22 de setembre)?
I com a Dia Internacional contra el Canvi Climàtic (24 d’octubre)? o Dia Internacional del Reciclatge (17 de maig)?
Vegem un exemple.
I live and work in Europe. I am not married and do not have children but, phew! my family is very large. Religion? I believe in you: I believe in people You […]