Category list : Commercial and Industrial Waste
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Virgin planes to use steel-gas fuelSubscription
Virgin Atlantic has said it will be flying planes on fuel with half the carbon footprint of standard fossil fuel within three years.
The Rubbish EconomySubscription
As the economy changes, so will England’s commercial waste stream. Andrea Lockerbie looks at a report commissioned by RWM into how this waste stream has changed
Growth in the European commercial and industrial (C&I) waste management services sector is expected to increase by more than 1% per year from 2010 to 2017.
Outsourcing company Mitie and Manchester Airport have signed a £1.5m contract aimed at achieving zero waste to landfill by 2030.
Northern Ireland environment minister Alex Attwood has launched a consultation on a revised delivery programme for the region’s waste management strategy that could include a 60% commercial and industrial (C&I) waste target by 2020.
Juston Greenaway on how to encourage more waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) recycling
Challenging goals for aviation biofuelSubscription
As the aviation industry tries to slash its carbon emissions, airlines are turning to biofuels generated from waste. Tiffany Holland reports
BV Dairy in Dorset has opened an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant that will process its waste food on-site and produce almost enough energy to power its production process.
The Treasury has agreed to review its decision to make local authority trade waste collections VAT exempt if it is proven there is a “distortion of competition beyond a negligible scale” between the public and private sector, claims the Environmental Services Association (ESA).
Defra has today (23 June) launched a responsibility deal for the waste management sector, with the key aims of helping commercial and industrial (C&I) waste producers increase recycling rates and saving them £18bn in waste management costs.