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Legislation surrounding what happens to electronic and electrical waste isn’t getting any slacker. In fact it’s getting considerably tighter. For example, a year ago in January 2015 new waste legislation for businesses was introduced in Britain, requiring companies to separate recyclable waste from non-recyclable waste. The drive for businesses to improve recycling processes is motivated

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How Bamboo Distribution’s CSR Policy model helps charities and businesses generate revenue  In the quest to help alleviate global warming and the damage we are collectively putting on the environment, more and more corporate initiatives are being introduced designed to lessen a company’s effects on the environment. The efforts made by companies of all sizes

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A look at how mobile phone insurance ecosystem market is expected to grow by 10% Compound Annual Growth by 2020 With society’s growing reliance on consumer electronics, cars and costly household goods, insurance is becoming an increasingly necessary part of contemporary life. As of February 2014, there were as many as 6.8 billion mobile phone

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BIS announces £775,000 WEEE fund for local authorities to boost e-waste recycling In a bid to increase e-waste recycling in the UK, over a quarter of a million pounds is being allocated to support councils seeking to improve the re-use and recycling rates of unwanted electrical goods. The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS) has

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WEEE compliance money could ‘go to councils’, states report It has been announced that the Department for Business is to consider giving councils the money raised from the WEEE compliance fee scheme. The announcement was made by John Redmayne at a recent Let’s Recycle conference. Redmayne is the general manager of the compliance scheme European

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The importance of data sanitisation in modern business practices Bamboo Distribution’s commitment to providing ‘data sanitisation’ as part of our specialist division, enables us to provide innovative distribution and fulfilment solutions that are based on our customer’s requirements. This blog explores what ‘data sanitisation’ is and why it has become of buzzword in 21st century

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Rising demand for gadget insurance puts pressure on insurance companies to produce replacement handsets efficiently The contemporary dependency on mobile services continues to rise with more and more people being in possession of smartphones, tablets, Kindles, iPods and other gadgets. In fact, according to the 2014 edition of the UK Mobile Consumer Survey, 35 million

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WEEE targets ‘very achievable’ says head of BIS The head of the environment regulator Business Innovation and Skills (BIS), has said the UK will meet the higher WEEE targets set by the EU. Steven Andrews is confident that through improved classification of business and household electrical products, Britain will meet the more stringent EU WEEE

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How to achieve a sustainable business through salvage management Business sustainability has become a key phrase in corporate practices of the 21st century. This desirable business model can be defined as companies managing their triple bottom line – a process by which organisations manage, according to the Financial Times, “their financial, social and environmental risks,

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How Bamboo Distribution has made a name for itself in the recovery and supply of electronic devices With international operations centred on the recovery, processing, sales and distribution of electronics, Bamboo Distribution is already known as an innovator in the recovery and supply of electronic devices. However, being an ambitious and sustainable organisation that is

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