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Peter Dilnot, Shanks chief executive

Shanks selected for Canadian biofuels facility Subscription Required

18 December 2014 | By Kate Youde

First closed-loop integrated organics waste management system in North America

Wales Love Food Hate waste

News round-up 11/12 Subscription Required

11 December 2014 | By MRW staff

Wales’ Love Food Hate Waste; Cornwall fly-tipping; Circular economy award; Backyard waste fine

Charlotte Morton ADBA

DECC finalises changes to biogas-to-grid tariffs Subscription Required

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ADBA praises industry-Government collaboration

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News round-up 9/12 Subscription Required

9 December 2014 | By Gabriella Jozwiak

Asda increases food waste pledge; Residents in recycling protest; Taylor appoints new cheif executive; Jaguar XE to contain recycled aluminium

McGrath Group_Hierarchy of Waste

An epic effort to get the sums right for waste reporting Subscription Required

Tara Donaghy explains how McGrath Group responded to clients’ needs for detailed environmental data from their waste reports by integrating carbon emissions and the waste hierarchy

William Tracey Group

Cost effective rebuilds Subscription Required

William Tracey Group has introduced two fully reconditioned refuse collection vehicles (RCVs) into its fleet.

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McGrath Group_Hierarchy of Waste

An epic effort to get the sums right for waste reporting Subscription Required

Tara Donaghy explains how McGrath Group responded to clients’ needs for detailed environmental data from their waste reports by integrating carbon emissions and the waste hierarchy

Fiona McKilligan

Waste collection at Bryson Recycling Subscription Required

Kerbside sort becomes user friendly

waste orange peel

Peel away the technology for waste from a breakfast staple Subscription Required

Processes developed at the University of York enable fuels and chemicals to be derived from waste orange peel. Dr Julen Bustamante explains how it works

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