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Push for plastic bag ban in WA

The Town of Bassendean will tonight decide whether to ask the State Government to implement a state-wide ban on single use plastic bag distribution.

Bassendean councillor Renee McLennan wants Environment Minister Albert Jacob and opposition environment spokesman Chris Tallentire to commit to the introduction of a ban by 2018. 212 more words


Everything Has Value

Every time I see a beverage can littered somewhere, I think of can collectors. Yes, the men who would go around collecting cans in a large cart or large bag to take to the cash-for-cans machine.  413 more words

Zero Waste

Applications of Single-Use/Disposable Technology in Fill/Finish [Whitepaper]

Whitepaper Overview:

A range of factors are currently conspiring to push the field of pharmaceutical manufacturing toward wider use of SUSs. While factors specific to the fill/finish stage have meant that it has taken the longest to be affected by such changes, recent developments in the associated materials, technology and regulatory landscape are making possible rapid development on this front. 475 more words


Lazy cleaning

I have to confess that I really don’t like cleaning – I can almost always think of something that I would rather be doing. The only times I was at all enthusiastic about it was when I had an Open University assignment to work on or marking to do! 501 more words

Reducing Consumption

SUD Re-Manufacturing: Focus on Facts and Science, Not Fear and Doubt

By Dan Vukelich, President, Association of Medical Device Reprocessors.

The reprocessing of “single-use” devices, or SUDs, has been one of the most contentious issues to be negotiated as part of the entire medical device regulation (MDR).  340 more words

Medical Devices

Planning over Convenience

Within the first day I think my wife and I realized how deep the hole of single-use products was. Two weeks in and now I realize we had no clue how deep the hole actually is. 486 more words

What's that lurking just around the corner?

If you go down to the beach today it looks amazing.

This is Cliff End at Pett Level, East Sussex, the beach my parents first took me to many many years ago. 320 more words

Cliff End