You see some strange things in the waste and recycling business. While doing some research into composting methods for Premier Waste Management I came across a new method of disposal for human remains.

Freezing your dead.

Home for the weekend

By Two Point Four Children on Apr 23, 08 08:40 PM

Son No. 2 has been home from Uni for the weekend. With a big blue plastic Ikea bag full of washing and some even bigger news...

A COUPLE of students of mine were going home recently when they were pulled over by the boys in blue.

The excuse (not that they need one) by the police was that the car they were travelling in was not registered as being from that area.

Asking the lads what it was they had in the back of the car one of my students answered: “Weapons, swords and sticks and things.�

An honest answer, if not maybes the most sensible one!

The copper took a step back with a sharp intake of breath and was most likely thinking about backup, helicopters and the armed response unit!

Richard and Judy RIP

By Blog on the Box on Apr 17, 08 12:11 PM

Richard and Judy are hardly the big TV names they used to be.

Now, with their chat show showing signs of middle age, they are moving to a channel watched by one man and his dog.

Do the Green Thing

By Trash Talk on Apr 16, 08 09:00 AM

Green Thing suggests one easy "green" thing a month to tempt as many people as possible to do it.

Life's short

By Ken Oxley on Apr 15, 08 05:04 PM

I wrote my mum's life story the other day . . . on half a sheet of A4 paper.

It was a weird experience, having to sum up 76 years in a few carefully chosen sentences.

Dance City

By Two Point Four Children on Apr 9, 08 09:56 PM

The only conference I've ever been to in trainers and a suit...

John Barrowman is to host a new programme in which adults compete against kids for huge cash prizes.

Well, sort of. If the grown-ups win they walk away with pots of money but if the kids win they don't get a pot to....

Talking about sustainability

By Trash Talk on Apr 9, 08 09:00 AM

I thought I would point you to a powerful video showing one man's thoughts on sustainability and the modern corporation.
But it is not just any man.

THIS week motorsport lost one of its greats.

He may not have been the most famous in the world, but I can say hand on heart that David Leslie was without doubt, the nicest driver I have ever met.

David was killed on Sunday evening when a plane he was travelling in crashed into a house in Kent. I saw the initial story on the news on Sunday night, but it wasn't until the next morning that I learnt that it was David.

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