- Ecohog Ltd and TAURUS, the Hog and the Bull Unite!
- Neutron Equipment Ltd chosen to represent Recycling market leaders Ecohog in the South of England
- Ecohog delighted to be recognised as Platinum Level Innovator by Innovate NI
- Ecohog Launch Quality Control Mobile Picking Stations
- Money in Metal, Money in Waste, Recover both with Ecohog!
Tag Archives: recycling
Today marks the 50th year anniversary of Earth Day! The theme this year for the 50th anniversary of Earth Day is Climate Action, which is extremely challenging. Climate change represents the biggest challenge to the future of humanity and the … Continue reading
Brexit has arrived and the UK have now entered an 11 month transition period. A major concern for the waste industry is how this will impact the waste management of over 2.5 million tonnes currently exported to the EU annually. … Continue reading
Northern Ireland residents have reached the 50% recycling target ahead of the EU-set 2020 deadline. Statistics gathered by Circular Online and DAERA, 2019 have been combined to demonstrate Northern Ireland’s recycling habits and noted the 50% recycling target has been … Continue reading
Recycling can be tricky, and remembering which materials and objects are recyclable can be difficult. It’s time to start thinking about what we can do to recycle better and how to improve our recycling habits to help protect the environment. … Continue reading
Glass has always proved challenging for single stream glass recyclers due to various contaminants including paper, plastic, cardboard, foil and others. The inconsistency of waste streams and demands of the end user to meet certain quality standards and the drawback … Continue reading
Ecohog are proud to have been in attendance at the annual Omagh Business Awards 2015, celebrating development and growth of businesses within the Omagh Area. The Omagh Business Awards took place in the SilverBirch Hotel in Omagh, the ceremony was … Continue reading
Recent studies have found that landfill sites are most certainly filled with huge volumes of valuable metals. According to a study carried out by Cranfield University the hidden potential of landfill, 2015, scientists analysed samples from up to 30 metres … Continue reading
Increasing landfill costs have encouraged waste recycling companies worldwide to think outside the traditional disposal methods box. As a result of this the industry has experienced a continual rise in the production of Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) as an alternative … Continue reading