Some Interesting Facts. Up to 60% of the rubbish that ends up in the dustbin
could be recycled. The unreleased energy contained in the average dustbin each
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Australian Waste: The Facts. > Australia is the ... enough rubbish in one year to
completely fill a ... About one half of all of the rubbish that goes to landfills in.
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On average, each person in the UK throws away their own body weight in
rubbish every seven weeks. 3. The average household in the UK produces more
3 Australian Rubbish Facts You Probably Didn't Know. Efficiently dealing with
and removing rubbish. Rubbish wheelie bin put out for removal Creating rubbish
Sep 11, 2013 ... Check out these shocking facts on our (literally) rubbish habits. Waste. We bin
around 50 million tonnes of electrical waste globally every year.
Nov 27, 2012 ... 60% of what we throw away could actually be recycled rather than thrown away
as rubbish. Here are some statistics and facts to shock and ...
That's why last year we put a banner on the Attenborough Tower in Big Green
Week because every year we can just about fill the Tower with the rubbish we ...
Mar 9, 2013 ... Every year in Wales we throw away 4 million tonnes of rubbish. That's enough to
fill the Millennium Stadium every 20 days! In the past, most ...
Australia comes from household rubbish. The rest comes from building sites,
councils, businesses and industry. Plastic Facts. In the USA 2 million plastic
Mar 31, 2009 ... Our politicians seem incapable of giving us straight facts on the serious matter of
waste reduction. If only MPs would talk more rubbish.