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What does one month of ‘rubbish’ look like?

By |December 30th, 2017|Categories: Wynsdale News|

A new exhibition at the Science Museum aims to discover the beauty, value and volume of what we throw away. The two-part exhibition is to use 30 days’ worth of the Science Museum’s waste to [...]

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Rubbish including 50 shopping trolleys fished Botany Stream in Tonbridge

By |December 30th, 2017|Categories: Wynsdale News|

The huge amount of rubbish was cleared from the river on Tuesday morning when a team from the Environment Agency paddled the length of the stream. Tony Young, operations field team leader at the Environment [...]

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British Airways announce plans to turn London rubbish into aviation fuel

By |December 30th, 2017|Categories: Wynsdale News|

It is hoped that this project will revolutionise the production of sustainable aviation fuel. With flights from London to New York City running on jet fuel made from municipal solid waste by 2017 under the [...]

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Tunbridge Wells doctor claims council ‘over-reacted’ over waste disposal

By |December 30th, 2017|Categories: Wynsdale News|

Dr Michael Sheil, a doctor who runs the Wells Medical Centre on London Road in Tunbridge Wells was taken to court by the borough council for throwing personal patient details into his neighbour’s bin. The court heard [...]

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Bin bag rummaging on rise in suspected identity theft in Kent

By |December 30th, 2017|Categories: Wynsdale News|

Residents in Gillingham are being warned to be vigilant with their rubbish after it there been a reported rise in the number of bin bags in the area being tampered with. It is believed that opportunists [...]

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