Month: May 2011

Giving up Smoking-A Green Way

Giving Up Smoking – The Greenest way I know! Having smoked for nearly 40 years, and I am only 47 now, I thought it was going to be impossible. I had tried on many occasions to stop and once actually

Posted in Green Living

Those Pruning Ants

Survival in the depths of the tropical rainforest not only depends on a species’ ability to defend itself, but can be reliant on the type of cooperation researchers have discovered between ants and tropical trees. The research, published in Biotropica, reveals

Posted in Ecology

Reducing Waste, A Plan of Action

WEST LONDON BOROUGHS AGREE ACTION PLAN TO REDUCE WASTE The six councils serving west London have agreed a joint action plan to reduce waste generated by over 21,000 tonnes per year by 2015. West London residents already recycle and compost

Posted in Recycling, Reuse and Waste

Inviting Bids for Waste Contract

WEST LONDON BOROUGHS TO PROCURE MAJOR WASTE CONTRACT The West London Waste Authority (WLWA) has announced the procurement of a long term contract for residual waste treatment. Covering the boroughs of Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow and Richmond upon Thames,

Posted in Recycling, Reuse and Waste