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LATEST IDEAS TO END PLASTIC WASTE

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Plastic. One of our generation’s biggest problems. We all need a solution to it. Yet, we seem unable to find one. What if, however, we were getting closer to finding a way to end plastic waste? Kwik Sweep, London’s most successful waste collection and junk removal company, is here to explore a few possible solutions […]


CHEWING GUM’S WASTE NEW LIFE

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If you live or work in London, you probably know of the Capital’s problem with chewing gum. Just look down next time you walk around the city! You will see old, flat, grey chewing gums all over the place. British designer Anna Bullus has decided to do something about this “chewy plague,” and Kwik Sweep, […]


LONDON, STOP INCINERATION!

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The time has come. London has to stop incinerating waste. Now. The capital is in need of “urgent change” to stop recyclable and biodegradable material from being incinerated, as its “energy-from-waste” attitude is preventing it from moving to a more circular economy. This, in brief, is the message of the London Assembly’s Environment Committee, a […]


RECYCLING THE UNCOMMON!

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What else can we recycle? The government has recently launched a 25-year plan to reduce “avoidable” plastic waste and protect the planet – but is there anything else we can do to help the earth? To us, at Kwik Sweep, the answer is YES. In fact, even though our expertise lies in waste collection and […]


LONDON’S MILKMEN VS. PLASTICS

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Sounds odd, right? Well, milkmen are starting to make a difference in London. Thanks to millennials. Kwik Sweep has noticed a “phenomenal” upsurge in the interest of younger customers in dairies – a result of growing public concern over plastic waste. Both dairy-giant “milk&more” and east London dairy “Parker Dairies” have recorded increased demand for […]


FLY-TIPPING IS BACK

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It is sad, we know it. Fly-tipping levels are on the rise, once again … In the last financial year (April 2016 – March 2017) there were one million fly-tipping incidents in England, or the equivalent of nearly 114 every hour. What is fly-tipping, though? We, at Kwik Sweep, think that too many people do […]


In the Face of Disaster: how Local Community and Businesses Unite to Help

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Fifty-four minutes past midnight on June the 14th, London’s Grenfell Tower caught alight. Twenty-four hours later, little remained of the twenty-four-storey block. Countless lives were lost. Hours after the tragedy, people from “as far afield as Birmingham” poured into West London to help residents with aid operations (The Guardian, 17th of June 2017). Carrying “flowers […]


Coffee Cup Recycling Scheme Launches In London

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KwikSweep was thrilled to hear about the launch of the UK’s biggest ever coffee cup recycling scheme this month. We are committed to increasing recycling rates and disposing of waste responsibly, and it’s wonderful to learn that others are taking it as seriously as we are! The brand new scheme aims to boost recycling rates […]


KwikSweep Nominated In Three Categories at National Recycling Awards

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KwikSweep is thrilled to announce it has been nominated in no less than three categories at this year’s National Recycling Awards! We’ll be going up against industry leaders like Recolight, Tetronics International and Resource Efficiency Wales in the Waste Electric and Electronic Equipment Innovation category, and we’ll be competing for the Private Sector Waste Prevention […]


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