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EA plans to finalise position on TEEP in October Subscription Required

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EXCLUSIVE: MRW understands agency will clarify requirements for commercial operators

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Chinese recyclers urge exporters to focus on quality Subscription Required

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EXCLUSIVE: China is considering stricter import requirements, says trade body

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Rochford extends Sita contract Subscription Required

19 September 2014 | By

New deal to run until 2022

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Leading voices in the waste and resource sector talk about the key issues ahead of RWM

QUEEN ELIZABETH HOSPITAL NHS FOUNDATION TRUST, KING’S LYNN

NRAs 2014: Healthcare Recycler of the Year

Winner: Queen Elizabeth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, King’s Lynn

NRA 2014 Team of the Year - Cheshire East Council Recycling and Waste Team

NRAs 2014: Team of the Year

Winner: Cheshire East Council recycling and waste team

RECYCLE FOR GREATER MANCHESTER

NRAs 2014: Local Authority Innovation

Winner: Recycle for Greater Manchester

Electrical Waste Recycling Group

NRAs 2014: Efficiency Initiative of the Year

Winner: Electrical Waste Recycling Group

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NRAs 2014: Construction Recycler of the Year

Winner: Brookfield Multiplex Construction Europe

LANCASHIRE COMMUNITY RECYCLING NETWORK

NRAs 2014: Best Partnership Project

Winner: Lancashire Community Recycling Network

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NRAs 2014: Best Energy-From-Waste Initiative

Winner: Chinook Sciences, Oldbury End Stage Recycling Plant

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Hot Topic: Circular Economy

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MPs show yellow card to UK’s resource efficiency Subscription Required

16 September 2014 | By Corin Williams

Environmental Audit Committee gives Government a low score

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Environcom investigated over planning breaches Subscription Required

17 September 2014 | By Corin Williams

Local authority looks into complaint from member of public following fire

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ESA launches first ‘biotreatment strategy’ Subscription Required

15 September 2014 | By

Biowaste hierarchy favours compositing over energy recovery

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Steel scraps targeted by non-ferrous fraudsters Subscription Required

12 September 2014 | By Nicholas Dawson

Aluminium and steel are on metal thieves’ hit list, BIR says

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Robin Latchem

The man at the back on the man at the front

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Communities secretary Eric Pickles attracted a huge crowd at RWM. With huge irony, the event was moved from a smaller venue to the new Circular Economy Connect theatre - ironic because nothing in his speech was about that concept.

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Change economic framework to get a competitive advantage

12 September 2014

In an exclusive interview with MRW’s Andrea Lockerbie, Walter Stahel, one of the key thinkers behind the circular economy, discusses who should be driving it and how to make the leap from theory to reality.

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EfW is first step to zero waste Subscription Required

15 September 2014

What role does energy from waste play in the UK’s energy and recycling future? John Griffiths gives his thoughts ahead of a panel debate at this year’s RWM with CIWM show.

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Brighton Repair Café

Make and fix: the new industrial revolution Subscription Required

15 September 2014

Professor Martin Charter on grassroots ‘maker and fixer’ movements around the world, an emerging movement which bring together those seeking to keep materials in use and promote the sustainability agenda

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Our WEEE legislation serves nobody Subscription Required

15 September 2014

The UK’s compliance scheme system for e-waste provides no incentive to improve product design to facilitate reuse, according to Tracey Rawling Church

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Hanging around a lot longer in the retail supply chain Subscription Required

15 September 2014 | By

Each year 15 billion hangers are used by the garment industry across the world, many only once. Andrea Lockerbie speaks to hanger manufacturer Braiform about its efforts to change this statistic and boost hanger reuse among retailers

Weir Waste

Accurate bin weighing puts all customers on a fairer cost footing Subscription Required

29 August 2014

Weir Waste, a commercial recycling and waste management company based in the West Midlands, has put in place German-made bin weighing technology from Moba to help it get a clearer understanding of the waste it collects and to future-proof its vehicle fleet.

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Markets - Weekly Prices Update: 12 September 2014 Subscription Required

MRW’s regular reporting of movements in the markets for secondary materials

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MRW Insight - analysis of the news

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Where there's a will, there's a way to recycle Subscription Required

29 August 2014 | By

MRW looks at how communications and engagement can help drive recycling rates

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