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May Gurney divisional MD says we must not turn back the clock to a time when we threw all our waste into a black bag and handed it over to the dustman
Weekly bin rounds not wanted, finds pollSubscription
Fewer than one in ten people support a return to weekly waste collections, according to a new survey carried out by pollsters ICM.
Collections to ‘go monthly’ as recycling growsSubscription
Local authorities will be collecting residual waste only monthly by 2017, an industry expert has predicted.
AWCs are here to stay, Mr PicklesSubscription
MRW’s extensive research on the £250m Weekly Collection Support Scheme published in July, which suggested that communities secretary Eric Pickles’ campaign to rid England of alternate weekly bin collections (AWCs) was failing, met a hostile reception from ministers.
Councils have emphatically snubbed communities secretary Eric Pickles’ £250m “bribe” to return to weekly rubbish collections, exclusive research confirms.
Eric, we were right first timeSubscription
MRW’s research confirms that Eric Pickles’ bin fund has not prompted councils to ‘return to weekly collections’ as he intended, says MRW’s associate editor Robin Latchem
Allocation of cash to councils under the £250m Weekly Collections Support Scheme fund has been delayed.
Unilever’s head of sustainability, Jan Kees Vis, has said food prices in developed countries are too low to discourage food waste.
New guidance on HWRCsSubscription
WRAP has published new guidance on the management of household waste & recycling centres (HWRCs).
London Re-use Network exceeds launch targetsSubscription
London Re-use Network (LRN) is on target to create 190 new jobs and thousands of apprentice and volunteering places by 2016, having exceeded its reuse and recycling targets by 30%.