Let’s go for pay-as-you-throwSubscription
Waste collection is essentially the only service we receive that is not charged proportionately to the amount we use - yet we still wonder why it is so hard to bring about positive behavioural change.
The numbers game fails to add upSubscription
Hands up those of you who last year predicted oil at sub-$40 a barrel; a FTSE slump in January; commodity prices close to the 2008 recession low point; and the Government systematically withdrawing most renewable energy support tariffs.
It’ll be all white in the cement marketSubscription
We are all familiar with the practice of producing a solid recovered fuel (SRF) from waste that cannot be recycled effectively or economically.
Digging into the menace of illegal dumpsSubscription
It was interesting to see Sky News what Sky News included in a special report on the blight of illegal waste sites, and what they didn’t include
Recycling under threat on key frontsSubscription
It never rains but it poursSubscription
Squeeze the most value out of laminate packagingSubscription
In the middle of an industrial estate in Huntingdon sits an unassuming brown corrugated metal structure which gives no clue that it is the first commercial scale plant for plastic-aluminium laminate packaging
Enval: A HistorySubscription
Enval’s pioneering commercial scale plant is up and running in Cambridgeshire.
Reinventing agriculture to cut our food wasteSubscription
We have to start thinking about how we can do things differently to meet the demands of future generations.
A WISH list for the waste industrySubscription
As 2016 gets into full swing, MRW catches up with the Waste Industry Safety and Health forum to find out what key issues are on its agenda this year