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News round-up November 2018Subscription

EMR opens Kent plant; Andusia exports SRF to Mediterranean facility; Councils limit site visits; Viridor achieves WEEE standards

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Markets - Weekly Prices Update - 16 November 2018Subscription

16 November, 2018 By MRW reports

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

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Fire service takes WISH guidance on boardSubscription


Analysis of results from the ‘phase 3’ waste fire tests, commissioned by the Waste Industry Safety and Health (WISH) Forum and conducted in autumn 2017


Councils prepare for far-reaching policy changesSubscription

By Robin Latchem

This year, the Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee’s annual confer­ence in Nottingham in October had two distinct faces

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Big Interview: Simon WalkerSubscription

29 September, 2018

UPM’s recovered paper chief Simon Walker says the company uses its MRF to showcase how quality outputs can be achieved with the right approach

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Get ready – an inspector may callSubscription

By John Dyne

John Dyne on improving health and safety in the waste sector

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Dearth of data hinders opportunitySubscription

By Roger Baynham

Roger Baynham on taking hold of the plastics agenda

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What will happen when landfills shut?Subscription

By Laura Tainsh

Laura Tainsh on the changing face of waste management in Scotland

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Why we can go back to blackSubscription

By Tony Gaukroger

Tony Gaukroger, director of Colour Tone Masterbatch says black plastic doesn’t necessarily mean ‘bad plastic’

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Collection standardisation would toll death knell for local government Subscription

By Ian Miller

National approach to recycling would mark a move towards central administration and away from local government overseen by elected councillors

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A confession: I’m not a localist when it comes to recyclingSubscription

By Nick Golding

We are not perfect and it is unsurprising that 76% of English households put stuff in their recycling bin which should go elsewhere

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