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EU exit - continuing reaction

Industry has been quick to react to the result of the UK referendum, in which nearly 52% voted to leave the EU.

@360env The 'game' is unfolding in the worst possible way. Here comes months of chaos....

— DrJane Beasley (@wastespecialist) June 24, 2016

1/3 Seriously concerned our recycling & waste ambitions and needs will be stifled by two or more years of EU negotiations. @resource_media

— Paul Vanston(@PaulVanston) June 24, 2016

#Business must go on. Even with this #FridayFeeling being historic with #Brexit . #Recycling markets will #remain with the #EU

— RTS Waste (@Rtswaste) June 24, 2016

We must not allow the results of the referendum to bring a further assault on local government finances – APSE https://t.co/pDq6Tw0R1U

— CIWM (@CIWM) June 24, 2016

@MatthewEIC @DrColinChurch @MartynWilliams2 cannot see anything changing in immediate future, business as usual for regulators and courts

— Simon J Colvin (@envlawyer) June 24, 2016

I don't think Govthas the resources to do all of whatsrequired on their own. Time to roll up sleeves & pitch in https://t.co/RJP7wKZChz

— Steve Lee (@steveleeciwm) June 24, 2016

As an #over65 I apologisethat my age group voted to recreate the Britain of their youth rather than what today's youth need.

— Phillip Ward (@falcutt) June 24, 2016

I don't think Govthas the resources to do all of whatsrequired on their own. Time to roll up sleeves & pitch in https://t.co/RJP7wKZChz

— Steve Lee (@steveleeciwm) June 24, 2016

@DrResources @steveleeciwm rolling up sleeves & delivering despite policy has and will be a key USP of the sector

— S Hayward-Higham(@stuhhigh_suezUK) June 24, 2016

Political persuasion aside we must focus on stability. This is not the time to panic – UNTHA UK https://t.co/pDq6Tw0R1U

— CIWM (@CIWM) June 24, 2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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