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Computer Recycling Birmingham Helps To Save Environment - Info-graphics

Eco Green IT Birmingham guides you about how the environment can be protected. Simple steps can be followed to do computer recycling. Computer recycling Birmingham is a great way to save the environment, not only for you but for the future generations as well.

7 Ways to Improve Your Recycling Practices

Everyone knows about recycling these days but many still don’t know how they can improve their recycling practices. This will not only improve their lifestyle but also contribute a few positives towards the environment.
But before going into details, let us just go back and tell you how actually recycling got started. Well, it got started almost 40 years ago when a US paper company wanted a symbol for its customers to tell them about the products’ recycled content.
A design competition was held and in the end, a young graphic designer named Gary Anderson won the competition. His design is now universally recognised as the symbol for recycling.
When it comes to recycling, blue plastic bins and bottle drives pops up in the mind. Part of the problem, though, is that major bottling companies of beer and soft drinks use recycling to get rid of the responsibility of dealing with their own manufactured packaging. But actually, if you see it, recycling is much more than this. It is a design prin…

Why is Data Destruction So Important - Infographics

What steps should be taken before disposing of your old computer for recycling?



Secure data destruction services are provided by Eco Green IT Recycling. Thus, each device is destroyed in accordance to your preference. Hard disk drive destruction services are CESG approved based on InfoSec standards. Secure onsite data destruction and shredding services are available for hard drives, USBs and back up tapes etc.

British People Aren’t Sure Where to Put Plastic Bottles

­There is this new debate going on about whether the deposit return scheme for plastic bottles would work in Britain or not. While some people want this scheme to be implemented but others are of the opinion that it would never work.
But the real question is, why wouldn’t Britain implement such a scheme if it is able to send approx. 4 million containers a week to the recycling facilities rather than to landfill sites?
Let’s first discuss what the program is and how would it work. A deposit return scheme of plastic bottles means that when you are shopping, you will pay a little extra amount on each and every bottle purchased. This amount will be refunded when the bottle will be returned to a specific location for recycling.
This is not a bad incentive for general public as it gives them the motivation to recycle plastic bottles rather than just simply throw them away in the trash.
This isn’t just random talk but proven mechanism to increase recycling rates. Such programs are already bein…