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MRW’s Industry Insight 2018Subscription

Our exclusive survey reveals 23% of respondents say a deposit return scheme will lead to a decrease in profits, nearly half have witnessed waste crime in action and two-thirds have been affected by fire - our subscribers can read on for more results and in-depth analysis

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Sepa-led group targets crimeSubscription


Initiative led by the Sepa is bringing in industry representatives from across the UK to join in the battle against organised waste crime

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England hits rock bottomSubscription

By Katie Coyne,

The latest household recycling statistics from Defra show that Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland are now ahead of England for the first time

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The joint crime unit: what industry has been calling out forSubscription

By Mark Smulian

A joint unit of the waste industry, Environment Agency (EA) and police to combat the worst waste crimes

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Fashion starts to turn headsSubscription


Interest in sustainability, including waste and reuse, was on display when the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) invited the public to an evidence session at the Victoria & Albert Museum

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Big Interview: Peter MaddoxSubscription


Director of WRAP UK Peter Maddox tells MRW he has global ambitions


Whistleblowers help to protect your businessSubscription

By Sir Gerald Howarth

The UK abolished slavery in 1833, but there are between 10,000 and 13,000 cases of what is known as modern day slavery

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Chemical recycling heats up with plants at scale Subscription


Technological innovations in plastics recycling could be the remedy the world is looking for in clearing up the land and oceans from the blight of plastics waste

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Political instability puts waste strategy at riskSubscription


Launch of the resources and waste strat­egy

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Campaigns restart to cut problem of bin-sleepersSubscription

By Mark Smulian,

When it comes to dealing with health and safety, waste management companies have to be experts

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‘Green’ takes priority over ‘waste’Subscription

By Mark Smulian

Labour’s Green Transformation envi­ronmental policy paper was launched at a Labour conference event organised by the Greener UK campaign alliance.