Issue : 1 July 2011
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Recycling goes mobileSubscription
Southwark Council is developing an innovative solution to tackle waste in the borough’s flats and estates. Philip Reynolds reports
Scrap sector speaks!Subscription
MRW’s monthly scrap panel brings you the real concerns of individual scrap metal merchants across the UK
Time to grasp the AD nettleSubscription
Organic waste needs to be separated at source from the waste stream to help the AD sector deliver its potential, argues Charlotte Morton
What’s in it for me?Subscription
Community buy-in may be a way to overcome barriers when new waste facilities are planned, Tiffany Holland reports
Andrea Lockerbie meets Marcel Goemans and Simon Langley of consultancy and contractor MWH to find out more about its recent acquisition
Steve Smith discusses what the influx of new reports mean for the materials sector.
Anglesey AD plant gets final go-aheadSubscription
The Environment Agency Wales has granted a permit for an AD waste treatment plant at Bodfforddin Mona, Anglesey.
A guide on how to export materials for recycling in an environmentally friendly and legal way has been published by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP).
MRFs could expand their recycling waste streams while improving the quality of existing recyclates by reducing contaminants, make more money and save on landfill costs.
The Treasury has agreed to review its decision to make local authority trade waste collections VAT exempt if it is proven there is a “distortion of competition beyond a negligible scale” between the public and private sector, claims the Environmental Services Association (ESA).