Plastic pollution is one of the greatest problems facing our environment today. Apparently there's enough plastic discarded each year to circle the Globe 4 times with most of this only being used once before being thrown away.
Many national parks and universities in the United States already have a complete ban on the sale of plastic water bottles.
In a monumental move, San Francisco has become the first city in America to ban the sale of plastic water bottles - The plastic bottle industry makes billions of dollars every year and this is taking its toll on the environment.
This is a brief insight into the background of the song that took the charts by storm in the '60's called "My Old Man's A Dustman" by Lonnie Donegan.
Although it doesn't specifically have anything to do with our skip hire service in Sussex, it's 'rubbish' related, so we thought it was a good opportunity to write a blog post about it.
It's one of those old songs from a bygone era that most of the younger generation won't have heard of but the song still lives on however, on the Terraces of many football stadiums with the adaptation of the original into a football chant (lyrics at the bottom of this page).
Although this article doesn't have anything to do with hiring a skip, we thought we'd do a short blog post on it as it's in keeping with our environmental ideals, and a fantastic invention that keeps our oceans clear of rubbish.
Two Australian surfers have come up with this amazing solution to combat the millions of tons of trash in our oceans - Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski came up with their idea of the Seabin after growing tired of sharing the beautiful waters with the ever growing amounts of rubbish and floating plastic.
We've had a busy few weeks! We're currently in the process of taking over the site in Seaford that was previously occupied by James Waste Management on the Cradle Hill Industrial Estate.
Our prices are staying the same and we're still offering the cheapest skip hire prices in our area. We're also still covering the major towns on the south coast as our predecessors, namely Brighton, Hastings, Eastbourne, Hove and Lewes.