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FM World and Amberol - how floral displays can transform a venue

FM World and Amberol - how floral displays can transform a venue

Amberol’s managing Director Patience Atkinson-Gregory was recently featured in FM World magazine explaining how floral displays can enhance and transform a range of public spaces from leisure centres to schools to railway stations. FM World is the news and information service of the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) which provides news and views from a wide range of industry sectors.

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Chester welcomes the colour purple

Chester welcomes the colour purple

CH1ChesterBID, the business improvement district for Chester, is providing the city with over 120 purple-themed flower towers, barrier baskets and lamp post displays as it competes in North West in Bloom this summer.

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Your chance to win £1000 of products with launch of the Amberol’s annual photo competition

Your chance to win £1000 of products with launch of the Amberol’s annual photo competition

Photographs are a great way of preserving the beauty of the floral displays that Britain in Bloom volunteers, individuals, and ground staff work so hard to produce. That’s one of the reasons why Amberol run an annual photo competition.

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Planting a scented container

Planting a scented container

The first thing we think about when choosing plants for a self-watering container or hanging basket is how our flowers will look. Here at Amberol, we love seeing the carefully colour-coordinated floral displays that brighten up the streets of the UK all year round in our self-watering containers.

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Could a tax on single use plastics help solve a council’s litter problem?

Could a tax on single use plastics help solve a council’s litter problem?

As manufacturers and suppliers of a wide range of recycling bins, at Amberol we are always happy to hear of initiatives aimed at reducing the use of single use plastics and their resulting litter.

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From waste to wow: getting creative with chewing gum litter

From waste to wow: getting creative with chewing gum litter

Look down at the streets of Singapore and you will notice a significant difference. There is no unsightly chewing gum litter despoiling the pavement. That’s because chewing gum is actually banned in Singapore. However, we are unlikely to ever follow suit in the UK, and sadly there will always be people who cause litter problems with used gum. Chewing gum litter is a particular issue as it is both time-consuming and expensive to remove from public places.

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