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Issue : June 2017

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  • ao telford 0305

    Retailer's buy-out of WEEE recycler to be 'game-changer'Subscription

    News21 June, 2017

    AO plans to recycle more than 20% of old fridges within a year with takeover of TRG

  • clive black community shop

    News round-up June 2017Subscription

    News31 May, 2017

    SUEZ retained at Doncaster; Food reuse chain hits £1m turnover; Commercial director role for Seward; New plant for McGrath Waste

  • material focus paper

    Material Focus: Recovered paperSubscription

    Markets26 May, 2017

    In the latest chapter of a tumultuous year for lower grade paper prices, most of the swingeing losses incurred around the turn of the first quarter have now been recovered

  • Robin Latchem August 2015

    Time for a united and authoritative voiceSubscription

    Leader26 May, 2017

    The ministerial merry-go-round always puts the resources industry back to square one in terms of getting its message across

  • Keith Freegard Axion

    Reward those who commit to EPRSubscription

    Opinion25 May, 2017

    If the UK is to introduce some form of extended producer responsibility to boost recy­cling rates of plastic packaging, then it must be time to link the performance of an organisa­tion’s products with how well they perform within the cur­rent systems for end-of-life materials recovery

  • banks1

    Prevention is better than on-site cureSubscription

    Features25 May, 2017

    Tracking vehicles as they move in real time can act as a ‘guardian angel’ for waste and recycling firms

  • commercial use of ai

    Intelligence in the machineSubscription

    Features25 May, 2017

    Artificial intelligence has the potential to revolutionise all industries, including recycling

  • nick gammage

    How to turn the tide of media opinionSubscription

    Opinion25 May, 2017

    Former WRAP communications and campaigns director Nick Gammage on why the industry should focus on the ‘art of the possible’

  • particulate measurement

    Eyes in the sky provide data on emissionsSubscription

    Features25 May, 2017

    Drones could help waste processors as a measurement platform delivers accurate and real-time mapping of emissions

  • Laura tainsh

    Inching forwards on crime solutionsSubscription

    Opinion25 May, 2017

    The waste industry is a complex and heavily regulated one, but there are significant numbers of individuals and companies operating outside the law

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