Monthly Archives: June 2018

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Jun
13

Tops Reasons To Work With Communication Companies That Provide All-Inclusive Solutions

As the owner of a new and growing business, it’s important to recognize the importance of having adequate and reliable, communications technologies. Without these, you won’t be able to meet the needs of your market in a timely fashion, or make the right impressions on your clients, prospective clients and stakeholders. As you set about the daunting task of choosing the right business communication company to work with, it’s important to look for one that’s able to provide seamless, end-to-end solutions. Following are several reasons why.

You’ll Get A Perfectly Integrated System

Getting all of your communications needs met by a single and undeniably capable provider will ensure that you entire system is perfectly integrated. This means that all of the included components will be guaranteed to be compatible with the others. This will in turn, simplify the setup process and reduce your overall setup costs. Integrated systems also allow for a far higher level of overall efficiency. When different solutions are obtained from a diverse range of providers, getting everything to work together is often a challenge. Moreover, many companies that work with multiple service providers fail to get the most optimum level of overall system functionality.

Your Provider Can Make Sure That You’re Getting Everything You Need

Working with a single, knowledgeable supplier to establish a communications system is the best way to ensure that no important needs are overlooked. Professionals that take a very niche-specific focus to communication systems design are not always able to tell their clients about the different, and often vital elements that they’re unable to supply. However, companies offering a comprehensive range of solutions will be able to meet all of your needs for fiber optic cabling, audio/video, networking, and surveillance among many other business communication services.

Limit Your Maintenance And Repair Costs

It is additionally important to note that the upgrade, maintenance, and repair of an integrated communication system will be significantly cheaper and easier. You’ll only need to have technicians dispatched from a single firm, and you won’t have to worry about coordinating with multiple providers. Having a single supplier will also eliminate the need for third-parties to tamper with or work around components that they’re unfamiliar with when troubleshooting or preventing issues with the communications equipment that they’ve actually supplied.…

Jun
12

Keeping Britain Tidy: The Laws Preventing Fly-Tipping

Fly-tipping is a term used to describe the illegal dumping of any rubbish onto land that is not a licensed disposal site.

When people leave bags of rubbish, used mattresses and electrical junk at the side of the street, it creates an eyesore for the whole area and can present a major environmental hazard. Serious cases of fly-tipping occur when people dump multiple truckloads of demolition, construction or chemical waste onto protected land.

In many cases, illegal waste disposal presents a risk to the public, especially if the waste contains contaminated or toxic materials, such as asbestos. Serious damage to the water table and soil quality in the area can be caused by mass-scale, uncontrolled fly-tipping.

Between 2016 and 2017 over one million cases of fly-tipping were reported in England and subserviently cleaned up by local authority councils. Reports suggest that the estimated cost of dealing with all those incidences topped £58 million.

In the UK, fly-tipped is classified as a criminal offence and people who are caught can face prosecution. Some of the ways in which the courts can deal with offenders include imprisonment, heavy fines and the removal of driving licences. Fines can exceed
£50,000 depending on how much damage was caused to the environment.

I saw a person fly-tipping, what should I do?

If the waste was dumped onto your private land, it is your responsibility to deal with the waste and cover all costs associated with the cleanup.

You can report the incident to the Environment Agency and/or a local authority. Either of those bodies can provide you with information and guidance as to how best to dispose of the waste.

You need to decide whether to pay a company to take the waste away in skip bags or take the waste to a registered waste disposal facility yourself. If you can’t deal with waste immediately, it’s important to make sure it is contained, so it can not damage another person, vehicle or property if the wind picks up.

If you hire someone to take the waste away, you need to ensure they are a registered waste carrier. You can check this by calling the Environment Agency’s general enquires line on 08708 506506.

Do you know why fly-tippers targeted your land? If your land is easily accessible from the roadside, you might want to put up a fence and/or an alarm system to make it less susceptible to future opportunists.

How do you ensure your own waste to not fly-tipped?

Many local authorities provide a collection service for bulky waste, such as sofas, fridges, washing machines, tumble dryers and more. You should contact your council for more details.

Most local authority council now operate garden waste collection services. You can pay an annual fee to get a separate wheelie bin for garden waste. Alternatively, you can start composting the waste in your garden.

Commercial waste is subject to tight regulations. If you own a business in England, you are legally required to have a …