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Here are the most recent records for users in Lincolnshire - click on the bold text for full details:
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1.  LARGE WALK IN FRIDGE/FOOD PREP AREA
1.  UNTREATED WOOD AND CLEAN PALLET WOOD REQUIRED
2.  IBCS CONTAINING ACIDS
  2.  SAWDUST FOR BEDDING
3.  OFFICE FURNITURE
  3.  WOOD FOR BURNING
Welcome to the Lincolnshire Materials Exchange
  Materials exchange actively exploits the principle that one company's waste is another's raw material. By automatically matching these parties via the internet, unwanted materials can be efficiently passed on or sourced - either once or as an ongoing arrangement. It delivers real financial savings for businesses, organisations and individuals and keeps potentially useful materials in circulation. Register today!
[  Notice submitted by MIKE WOODMAN on 27/04/2007  ]
WHY WASTE OFFERING UP TO 2 DAYS FREE SUPPORT TO YOUR BUSINESS TO CUST COSTS AND REDUCE WASTE

Article submitted by EMMA HILL, BRADFORD ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION TRUST, on 18/06/2012
CO2 SENSE ANNOUNCE CAPITAL GRANTS TO IMPROVE BUSINESS RESOURCE EFFICIENCY

Article submitted by EMMA HILL, BRADFORD ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION TRUST, on 18/06/2012
FREE ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS WORKSHOPS – ECO-FAIR 1ST MAY – LEEDS

Article submitted by EMMA HILL, BRADFORD ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION TRUST, on 03/04/2012
Who's been using WhyWaste and Eastex?
There are now 12,017 WhyWaste and Eastex members right across eastern England. Here's who's been using the Exchange the most. Rankings are based only upon exchanges that we have been notified of, so please contact us if you have made an exchange:
 
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This materials exchange is part of the Eastex network