Garden Goals: The Cheapest Ways to Add Property Value
Garden improvements, however, can prove pricey – one of the go-to method of garden refurbishment, landscaping, will add to your property’s value…but not before taking around £2,750 from your wallet.
Raising awareness about single-use plastics in supply chains
Recent activity has been initiated through major media exposure of the ongoing damage plastic is currently causing to our planet. With grocery stores now introducing ‘plastic free’ aisles and charging for plastic carrier bags, worldwide organisations such as McDonalds introducing paper straws, and global campaigns surrounding plastic waste such as Sky Ocean Rescue there is no burying your head in the sand regarding the magnitude of the problems we face today as a global community.
Going Digital: Common Sense for Successful Businesses
One of the key ways to help aid in this transition is to embrace digital. Going digital has long been presented as a choice for companies — now, it’s less a choice and more a necessity to remain relevant and to keep up with the modern age. We take a look at some of the methods business owners will need to adapt for their companies to embrace the “new normal”, with a focus on digital saviours.
The do’s and don’ts of filling a skip
But you can’t just throw anything into any old skip! There are a few restrictions you need to be aware of, for the health and safety of the waste management team that will collect your skip, as well as the impact your waste has on the environment.
Did You Know that Non-Alcoholic Beer is Taking Germany by Storm?
German beer is a national pride which is world renowned. The Reinheitsgebot is a German beer purity law and is one of the nation’s oldest consumer protection laws in the world, set up 505 years ago. It allows only water, barley, and hops in beer. With such a rigid stance on what makes a true beer, perhaps the notion of alcohol-free beer would’ve once been looked down upon.
Perils of Efficiency: Procuring Supplies During a Crisis
However, during periods of extreme volatility and when business and supply and demand can shift drastically, procuring supplies can become almost impossible and can seem to ground to a halt. This can be a problem for some as many businesses in the UK rely on fast and efficient supply chains which are highly integrated and often operate cross-border.
What Can You Expect Returning to Campsites This Summer?
The rise of the staycation has become a staple of the past year, with many attempting to garner a feeling of escapism that has been so limited. And there’s no better place to do that than at a campsite. In fact, UK Google searches for ‘campsites’ at the start of June 2021 were 75 per cent higher than they were at the same time in 2020, and 20 per cent high than 2019 before the pandemic.
6 Ways the Manufacturing Sector Can Reduce Carbon Emissions
According to the March 2021 Industrial Decarbonisation Strategy, the manufacturing sector accounts for a sixth of all UK greenhouse gas emissions, highlighting the work needed in the sector to reduce emissions.