June 2012

  • The Lasting Effects of the Industrial Revolution of the UK's Rivers.

    By nathan 27 June 2012

     

    Image of River Rheidol The ochre coloured waters of the Rheidol are now a thing of the past.

    Despite its inception being over 300 years ago, the impact of the Industrial Revolution can still be seen on the UK’s environment, and in particular, its wa...

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  • New Spilkleen Super Plus 6kg

    By nathan 25 June 2012

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    More often than not, absorbent granule products can have many undesirable qualities, namely an off-putting odour and all too messy dust particles that arise from using such a product. So at Yellow Shield, we have been looking to introduce a superi...

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  • Battereezy HT

    By nathan 25 June 2012

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    According to the Health and Safety Executive, sulphuric acid is the most widely used acid within the industrial sector in the UK. All warehouses in the UK and abroad, as well as many Port Authorites and airports, will use some kind of lead battery or ele...

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  • New Compact 75 Litre Wheelie Bins

    By nathan 18 June 2012

    All wheelie bins sold within the UK of volumes 60 Litres or higher tend to be at least 850mm in height. Although this is not a detrimental feature of these standard wheelie bins what it does not permit is for the user to be able to store their waste to their own convenience. If there was a wheelie bin that was compact enough to conceal underneath workbenches or a desk then a myriad of storage choices would become available.

     

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  • Proposed Oil Terminal in Southwold raises concerns.

    By nathan 13 June 2012

    [caption id="attachment_1412" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="The view from Southwold Pier may soon be dramatically altered."]

    Over the last couple of years oil spills have been featured prominently on TV screens across the globe, thanks in large to the BP ...

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