Issue : 13 January 2012
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2012: Organics: Charlie TrousdellSubscription
It would be great if for 2012 we could finally have some consistent policy from all government agencies - and not just for the organic sector but for waste in general.
2012: Metals: Ian Hetherington Subscription
Metals recyclers recover around 15 million tonnes of metal and contribute an estimated £5 billion to the UK economy each year – making metals recycling the largest and most successful recycling sector in the UK.
2012: Paper: David WorkmanSubscription
For those of us who have spent the last few years representing industrial manufacturing sectors, what we have witnessed from the government during 2011 has been akin to a conversion.
2012: Wood: Peter ButtSubscription
The main issues for wood recyclers in 2012.
2012: Waste management: Steve LeeSubscription
The uncertain policy landscape will continue to be one of the main challenges for our industry and we need to be ready to respond quickly to Government on a range of important developments that will be taking shape in the first half of the year.
A Government-backed study into the potential health risks posed by incinerators could derail a raft of key projects, experts warned ahead of a crucial ministerial decision on a proposed energy-from-waste plant in Norfolk.
Still no date for Redcar openingSubscription
The owner of the Redcar steel plant was this week unable to name a date for the long-awaited and delayed reopening of the iconic facility.
Perils and pitfalls of purchasing an AD plant Subscription
Trelawney Dampney on customer service and client relationships
Recovered paper reportSubscription
This month’s update of the sector
Spotlight on 2012Subscription
MRW invited leading figures across different sectors to look ahead to the key issues they expect us to be reporting on in the coming 12 months