How To Be More Energy Efficient

At Cherry Hill Waste, we believe strongly in the practice of recycling and ensuring we’re as environmentally-friendly as possible at all times. That’s why we currently recycle as much as 90% of the waste we collect and are committed to increasing that percentage as much as possible in the future. However, there’s always more to…

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The History of Spring Cleaning

Cleaning your home and redecorating isn’t something we suggest only doing once per year, however, the tradition of ‘spring cleaning’ is something that has taken hold in a number of cultures. Spring cleaning your home is a process which can help you have a fresh start and get your property ready for the summer. But…

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Three Times Skip Hire Could Benefit You

At some point in your life, it’s likely you’ll need to collect and dispose of large volumes of waste, whether at home or on behalf of your business. In these circumstances, hiring a skip is likely to be the best-suited option for you. With a skip, you can dispose of waste quickly, efficiently and in…

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Tips for an Eco-Friendly Garden Renovation

Has the time come to revamp your garden? Whether you’re preparing your garden for the summer months or you’re renovating the property you’ve just moved into, it’s important to think carefully about the environmental impact of your choices. Here, we offer our top tips for an environmentally-friendly garden renovation: Hire environmentally-friendly landscapers Unless you have…

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Tips For Making Your Business Greener

Going green is more than just a trend, it’s an important and proven way of helping the environment and minimising waste. While recycling at home is now a part of most people’s routines, what about at work? During the working day, there are many opportunities to improve the way things are run through sustainability and…

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Unusual Upcycling Ideas

Here at Cherry Hill Waste, we concentrate most on ensuring that we provide professional recycling services. However, upcycling is another great way to ensure you’re reusing old material that may otherwise find itself down at the dump. It’s common to use old wood pallets as benches and chairs nowadays, but here are some more bizarre…

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