Category list : Collections
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One of the key figures in London’s Sustainable Industries Park is urging local authorities to think strategically about the planning of waste facilities rather than approving projects on an ad hoc basis.
London recycling pushSubscription
Boris Johnson has launched a revamped recycling campaign to encourage Londoners to divert more waste from landfill.
Wakefield Council and Shanks have signed a 25-year Green Investment Bank funded waste contract.
2013 Review - Alan Whitehead MPSubscription
If I had to select two watchwords for an overview of the waste sector in 2013, they would be ‘quantity’ and ‘quality’.
2013 Review - Jonathan ShortSubscription
Back in December 2011 I produced a similar review of the year for MRW. The conclusion then was that our industry had made progress, but that more still needed to be done. Analysing the last 12 months it’s hard to avoid reaching the same conclusion this time around.
In difficult economic times, the sustainable resource sector has shown that it can continue to be a growth industry, and to play a positive part in the delivery of a greener economy.
Dee Moloney, managing director of LRS Consultancy, looks to the new year and the issues around the EU requirement for household collections to be ‘technically, environmentally and economically practicable’ (TEEP).
We are not perfect and it is unsurprising that 76% of English households put stuff in their recycling bin which should go elsewhere
Lee Marshall and Rick Hindley cast their eyes over plans for a deposit return scheme
MRW’s major stories over the past year