Philip Reynolds's stories
Long arm of the lawSubscription
The number of legal challenges to energy-from-waste infrastructure seems to be rising. Philip Reynolds finds out more
Food waste firm wins German funding Subscription
Saria Bio-Industries has acquired a majority stake in the Doncaster based food waste recycler PDM Group.
Meltog unveils new security shredding companySubscription
Shredding manufacturers Meltog have launched a new company specialising in the security shredding market.
First approved skip weighing system launchedSubscription
Weighing specialists Avery Weigh-Tronix has showcased a new skip weighing system at this year’s RWM in partnership with CIWM show.
Planning is biggest barrier for wasteSubscription
The biggest barriers to progress for the waste management industry are planning issues, Environmental Services Association director-general Barry Dennis has warned.
Viridor guidance on countering local oppositionSubscription
Community groups opposed to controversial waste infrastructure “probably can’t” be won over, Viridor external affairs manager Dan Cooke has warned.
Olympics 2012 'a wasted opportunity' for wasteSubscription
Plans for the Olympic games to act as a catalyst for the development of new waste infrastructure have been a failure, the commission for a sustainable London 2012 chair Shaun McCarthy has said.
Energy minister Charles Hendry has told delegates at RWM in partnership with CIWM that waste remains an “integral part” of Government environment and energy policy.
Pay row disrupts £13m recycling depot openingSubscription
Southampton City Council has faced disruption on the opening day of its new recycling depot after waste collection workers refused to turn up at the new facility as part of an ongoing dispute.
A revised recycling and waste services commitment for local authorities has been delayed until October.