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Member states compelled to ban free carriers or introduce targets
Gerstrom appointment is second change at the top announced this week
Community secretary to examine plans for £70m recycling and energy-from-waste plant in Nottinghamshire
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European Commission to ‘correct regulatory failures’ over electronic screen materials recovery
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We cannot afford to give a message to society that dumping waste illegally within our own communities is OK
Iain Gulland, the director of Zero Waste Scotland, on legislation to help reduce use of carrier bags
Amey has worked with Blue Sky since 2007 through its environmental services accounts with Slough Borough Council, the London Borough of Ealing and Gloucester City Council.
Blue Sky has placed 130 former offenders on various Veolia contracts since 2007.
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Cutting waste to landfill has opened the door to producing fuel from waste. But too much residual material is being exported, and FCC wants to change that mindset.
AMCS Group, which supplies enterprise resource planning software for the waste, recycling and resource industry, has acquired Danish software company Transvision, which provides route optimisation, transport and dispatch management products.
MRW Insight - analysis of the news
The local authority sector in Northern Ireland (NI) is in turmoil, an industry insider tells MRW. As the country’s biggest shake-up of local government for more than 40 years approaches, who wouldn’t be?