Category list : Bins
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C&I waste business Weir Waste has introduced on-board bin weighing and ID systems to provide customers with greater detail about their waste and identify those who regularly overfill their bins. MRW Reports
Dishing up a recycling scheme to feed AD plantSubscription
Food and animal by-products recycling specialist John Warren says the launch of a Food Fuel membership scheme has been a hit with customers.
Bright sparks on WEEE take-backSubscription
Leo Donovan looks at the progress made in the past 10 years by WEEE Ireland, which has increased the take-back rate in its collection areas to more than 50% for household WEEE, surpassing the 2016 EU target of 45%
Light the way to LED lamp recycling Subscription
Recent changes to the requirements for lighting products within the WEEE Directive have introduced some challenges for the sector, as Simon Cook explains
Cyclists’ view from the cabSubscription
The Women’s Safer Cycling Day, hosted last month by the City of London, included a Scania roll-on roll-off bin lorry provided by O’Donovan Waste Disposal, so that cyclists could view the road from the perspective of a HGV driver.
Specialised hazardous waste binSubscription
Oldham-based manufacturer Sellers, part of Taylor Group, has launched the WasteSafe.
Heavy loads identifiedSubscription
Trade waste management specialist Colchester Skip Hire (CSH) Environmental is installing bin-weighing equipment to its fleet to identify the heaviest loads and ensure that customers pay according to what they throw.
The medium and the messageSubscription
Educational research, as well as information gathered at RWM, shows there is still a communications gap to bridge to get residents to recycle more.
Points for bin ordersSubscription
Taylor, the manufacturer of four-wheeled galvanised steel bins, has launched a rewards scheme as part of its Taylored Solutions programme.
Scheme aims to help fund charities while cleaning up streets