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News in Brief

OPRL labels

News round-up April 2018Subscription

Unilever signs up to OPRL; Nestlé seeks total packaging recycling; Profit doubles for metals firm; Australian council to landfill recyclables

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gold price

Markets - Weekly Prices Update - 20 April 2018Subscription

20 April, 2018 By MRW reports

MRW’s regular reporting of movements in the markets for secondary materials

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mark burrows smith

Trends data offers better resultsSubscription

By Mark Burrows-Smith

Producer compliance scheme (PCS) collections were short of the ambitious targets

nicholas pollard

Collaboration cuts construction riskSubscription

By Nicholas Pollard

Using a trusted partner to deliver an EfW facility

simon weston

Time to introduce rigour to recyclingSubscription

By Simon Weston

We stand at a crossroads in resource management in England

stephen wise

Why PFI contracts are less flexible than non-PFI contractsSubscription

By Stephen Wise

Under extreme changes such as those being seen in the market currently termination of PFIs by either party may be the ultimate outcome

Veolia Newhaven

Labour needs to come clean over toxic PFIsSubscription

Given Veolia has a giant 25-year PFI deal which costs council taxpayers of our city £1bn a year, it is hardly a surprise that it is in no rush to adapt to meet the city’s recycling needs

ranjit baxi

Day that embraces ‘seventh resource’Subscription

By Ranjit Baxi

For more than 30 years, I have nurtured a vision of how recycling can transform our lives

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corin williams

Sector starts to see some policy claritySubscription

25 April, 2018

The surprises keep on coming. During 2018 so far, we have been bombarded with policies that had seemed highly unlikely in 2017

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Big Interview: Mat ProsserSubscription

23 November, 2017

DS Smith is happy to embrace change, and recent controversy over coffee cup recycling plays right into its hands.

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