When they pick up the trash
So we thought we’d tell you the 15 things we’re going to miss most about living in London, especially all the good things and amenities this great city has to offer on a day-to-day basis.
In fact we are such fans of the Natural History Museum in London that we became members. We contributed annually and enjoyed free exhibitions and events, we were always up to date with everything they were doing and even went to the occasional party.
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Together with ONGAWA, Engineering for Human Development and Global Challenge Ongawa we are developing a very stimulating process, aimed mainly at young university students, about our fashion consumption and its impacts: GLOBAL CHALLENGE -Sustainable Fashion -Critical Consumption. After a seminar in which we will work on questions such as: What is the life cycle of our clothes? What social and environmental effects does it produce? How much clothing do we consume, where does everything we throw away end up? How can we promote an alternative, solidarity and circular economy? Three challenges will be presented to all participants, inviting them to move from reflection to action. We will be updating all the proposals and answers to these challenges and sharing them in networks: #consumaconsciencia.
It is not the same to attend the workshops sharing the same space, the scissors, the threads, the tape measure or the blackboard… But so that from home we can continue enjoying, learning and sharing knowledge about fashion alternatives, ideas to reuse garments or resources that textile recycling gives us… We have prepared these new online workshops: FREE COURSE – Textile reuse as a creative resource in leisure and free time – A course to explore and learn techniques and tools for reuse and textile recycling as a creative resource with great potential to work in groups in the field of leisure and free time. We will approach the practice of recycling by introducing simple tools and techniques to explore the creative possibilities of textile waste. With the philosophy of reducing the environmental impact of the textile industry process, we …
Waste in the UK
The selection you make of your household waste is sometimes complicated to organize, because there are many exceptions, and there are materials that seem harmless or recyclable that, however, should not be disposed of in the same bin as other things.
Thus, not all plastics are recyclable in the yellow garbage can, and not all “glass” is glass. Therefore, when it comes to disposing of what we want to throw away, sometimes we must think twice and ask ourselves if the four containers that we usually have at our disposal are enough, or if we have to resort to a clean point.
The problem is usually the little time we have, both to make a careful selection of our products, and to inform ourselves about what to do with them; and much more to look for a clean point and approach it to dispose of the waste that does not fit in the common containers.
When you want to get rid of clothes you no longer use, it is always a better option to opt for a specific container to donate these garments to people who may need them. Think that not only its fabric can have value, but also the whole energetic and labor process that has culminated in the making of your clothes.
Can you throw clothes in the bin uk? 2022
Ministry of HealthThe accumulation of solid waste can affect the health of the populationPress ReleaseDIGESA said that municipal authorities should implement strategies to strengthen recycling activities
Photos: MinsaAugust 20, 2019 – 11:05 a. m.The accumulation of solid waste on public roads can generate affect the health of the population due to the proliferation of rodents, cockroaches and flies that are transmitters of various diseases.
Likewise, he recommended “the population to place the waste in the containers that are conditioned and not to burn them, since this generates a risk of affectation to the respiratory tract, eyes and skin”.
A recent case of storage of solid waste and recycling material in a house, occupied by an adult woman, was reported in the district of Villa María del Triunfo, where a technical team from the Executive Directorate of Environmental Health of the Integrated Health Network Directorate (DIRIS) Lima Sur went to evaluate and identify the health risks.