As the London’s leading recycling and waste management provider, we like to make our voice heard and promote sustainability through our blog posts.
This January, I’ve been taking part in Veganuary and reading more about veganism’s environmental benefits. I decided to write this blog to share my (very positive) experiences, and some top tips for people thinking about moving towards a plant-based diet.Read more
Bywaters staff regularly volunteer with our charity partner, FoodCycle, to help prepare free nutritious meals for people in our local area. I was part of the cooking team for FoodCycle Hackney’s Christmas meal this past December to get a first-hand look at the fantastic work they do.Read more
As Bywaters’ lead Green Guru, I have been working with our partners at Thurrock Council to teach local children about the importance of recycling – and the passion they had for sustainability was both inspiring and reassuring in these uncertain times.Read more
Jamie Crummie, co-founder of the innovative food waste-preventing app Too Good To Go, kindly sat down for an interview with Bywaters recently to discuss the best way to tackle the global problem of surplus food, and how modern technology can make a real impact.Read more
One of the scariest aspects of Halloween is the impact that it has on the environment. With shops flooding their shelves with plastic and millions of pumpkins going into people’s bins, here are three ways you can give people a fright without harming the planet.Read more
Bywaters’ Head of Sustainability, Ed van Reenen, writes about his recent trip to Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, and the growing problem of coral bleaching.Read more
Bywaters’ Head of Sustainability, Ed van Reenen, Writes About His Recent Work With Greenpop to aid reforestation in South Africa.Read more