England to attend the UN conference on climate change and trying to find ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Meanwhile, the Mayor of London is trying to control the over-disposal business and enterprise.
The city has implemented a series of initiatives to recycle to reduce waste. This year has been expanded congestion taxes just to cover greater London. The goal is to increase the amount of waste recycled from 20 percent in 2003 to more than 60 percent.
London produces 3.4 million tons of waste each year, most of which are electric and electronic waste. WEEE Implementation Guide in 2007 to reduce this problem to get us to recycle old televisions, computers and electrical waste in general. In Greater London, which is dominated by the company and e-waste problem is the most dominant and most of the material is thrown away every year.
London firm upgrading constant system, and replacement and spare parts market from outside of history camera, fax machine and printer. And rejected by the producers of waste in general waste stream, so that barges into an incinerator under Estury Thames.
Initiatives have been implemented for the recycling ofLondon, founded and run by the mayor ofLondon, to help reduce this waste. That was long before the WEEE instructions into effect, business inLondon, recycling paper, plastic, ink refills. WEEE instructions mean that it has become a legal requirement for agencies to recycle old electronics as well. In Greater London, and this is the impact of many new companies emerging to meet the demands of thousands of companies that need to recycle old computers, servers, fax machines, printers and copiers.
Also added to reduce the impact of the work done by the waste disposal company inLondon, funded by taxes from the Board.