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Issue : 19 November 2010

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    The heat is on over fire safetySubscription

    Features19 November, 2010

    After attending several incidents in the industry, the West Midlands Fire Service is calling for specific guidance to be created for fire safety at recycling and reprocessing sites. Ruth Faulkner reports

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    Positive reason for collecting aerosols and foilSubscription

    Features19 November, 2010

    Last year the aluminium sector launched its Aerofoil campaign to boost the collection of aerosols and foil food trays. Andrea Lockerbie finds out what progress has been made

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    Incentives are causing waste industry to have convulsionsSubscription

    Opinion19 November, 2010

    … on how markets are being distorted

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    Should we change the way we measure waste?Subscription

    Opinion19 November, 2010

    … on creating sustainable waste systems

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    A charitable vehicle recyclerSubscription

    Features19 November, 2010

    One man’s idea to combine giving to charity with the responsible recycling of cars is seeing positive results, writes Tiffany Holland

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    Cyberspace is good for us!Subscription

    Special Features19 November, 2010

    Now is the time to embrace the online revolution to help cut waste and costs, writes Sam Jarvis

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    Sorting your metal meatballsSubscription

    Features19 November, 2010

    Copper contamination in the infeed of ferrous scrap for steel manufacture is a real issue, but a breakthrough in sensor-based sorting has solved the problem, writes Brian Gist

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    Time and money well spentSubscription

    Special Features19 November, 2010

    Performance management is the key to a happy, productive workforce at all levels, writes Nathan Bowles

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    The local authority headache starts hereSubscription

    Features19 November, 2010

    Consumer confidence in recycling is at risk with slashed council budgets, writes Michael Bennett

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    Metals recyclers: get ready for changeSubscription

    Features19 November, 2010

    The end of the long-standing Paragraph 45 exemption - and the introduction of the T9 exemption - has caused much debate among the metals recycling industry. Howard Bluck reports

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