Issue : January 2018
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Review of 2017 - JuneSubscription
The result of the General Election caused the full gamut of emotions and political responses but had little immediate impact on the waste sector
Review of 2017 - MarchSubscription
Fly-tipping was rarely far from the news in 2017
Review of 2017 - FebruarySubscription
Rather optimistically, as it transpired, MRW reported that this month had been notable for offering a clearer picture of how Brexit will affect the UK’s waste sector. Or, as we put it, “not crystal-clear, just clearer”.
Review of 2017 - JanuarySubscription
The first household recycling figures to show a decline were digested across the industry this month.
Fund to boost food charitiesSubscription
Food Waste Reduction Fund will be administered by WRAP
First steps to national materials databaseSubscription
Exclusive: Plan to put in the public domain data needed by industry to make investment decisions
Material Focus - Recovered paperSubscription
With no prospect of China revisiting its mixed paper import ban any time soon, many experts had been anticipating a nosedive in values for this grade
Big business grasps the nettle on responsibilitySubscription
Who should carry the can for the increasingly visible problem of packaging waste?
The UK has world-class waste management systems in place to tackle the vast majority of disposed items in the right ways
‘There will be casualties’ – sub-sector concernsSubscription
Concerns have been raised on EA’s fire prevention plan (FPP); warning there will be business casualties