Category list : Commercial and Industrial Waste
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Commercial and industrial businesses in the North East generate over two million tonnes of waste each year, providing a key growth area for investors, a survey published by the North East Sustainable Resources Board (NESRB) has found.
With the arrival of the long-awaited End-of-Waste Regulations for iron, steel and aluminium scrap, the industry has breathed a collective sigh of relief.
Auditable waste trailSubscription
Waste-a-base matches construction waste producers with those looking for material. Tiffany Holland finds out how it works
Quality aggregates come out of the washSubscription
The purchase of a modular washing plant by JPE Aggregates has proved a worthwhile investment that is producing in-demand recycled sand and aggregate, writes Peter Craven
Waste management company HW Martin has acquired Premier Waste’s commercial collections division and Washington MRF in Tyne and Wear, Sunderland.
Schedule 2 regulations delayed Subscription
Amendments to Schedule 2 of the Controlled Waste Regulations which should have been introduced on 6 April have been delayed following a “substantial number” of consultation responses.
Northern Ireland could set an “aspirational” target of recycling 60% of its municipal waste by 2020, following a consultation on a new recycling policy.
Only 25 organisations across England, Scotland and Wales offer separate food waste collections to small businesses, figures show.
Financial support for a 30 million litre bioethanol from waste facility is to be maintained despite the closure of the Regional Development Agency (RDA) which is providing a portion of the project’s investment.
Shanks has won planning approval to develop its construction and demolition waste MRF in Kettering, Northamptonshire, to sort commercial and industrial waste too.