- November 23, 2016Read more
“Blustery showers”, that’s what the weatherman said, we could expect “blustery showers”.
- November 11, 2016Read more
Remembrance Day to me is one of the most important days in the year. It is a time for reflection as well as a time to look forward. Being a reservist in the Royal Navy Reserves I find this day a particularly poignant one.
- October 12, 2016Read more
Having made the decision to redevelop the farmstead (see earlier blog – How to Reach Sustainable Utopia – Diary of an SME) and as part of it, build a new office we start thinking about the big picture and what we need to look into before coming up with a design.
- September 23, 2016Read more
Over the last 4 months here at E4environment have been working alongside local allotments, in trialling a green compost. A good life compost has been derived from local green waste bin collection, and is sold in recycled bags, tied with recycled bailer twine
- September 9, 2016Read more
- August 10, 2016Read more
The amount of waste produced is known to be extortionate, but the extent hasn’t been truly highlighted until a recent TV series by Hugh Fearnley–Whittingstall’s ‘Hugh’s War on Waste’. In this series, Hugh’s mission is to change the way we think about waste, by challenging the supermarkets and fast food industry to drastically reduce the amount of waste they generate.