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Margaret Bates

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Awareness raised by worthy campaignSubscription

23 August, 2017 By Margaret Bates

I have been travelling a lot recently, and trips to Nepal, Nicaragua, Berlin and Malay­sia have highlighted the differ­ences and similarities between waste management systems across the world

Mat Crocker

mat crocker

Eyes in the sky are watching criminalsSubscription

23 November, 2017

A news item caught my atten­tion recently. The headline read: ‘Man who dumped chemical barrels caught out by GPS in hire van’.

Robert Fell

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New entrants are industry’s life bloodSubscription

4 July, 2017

As the father of a physicist, a biologist and an IT specialist, I was curious to see what the political parties published in their election manifestoes regarding revitalising interest in science, technology, engi­neering and maths (STEM) subjects

James Samworth

James samworth

Not enough food waste is collected Subscription

26 August, 2016

Despite the Government’s support for AD plants throughout the UK, one key piece of the puzzle is missing: not enough food waste is actually being collected.

Chris James

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Certification for safe site operationSubscription

26 September, 2017

Waste crime continues to hit the headlines and, clearly, there is no simple fix

Duncan McLaren

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Technology transforms fuel from oilSubscription

28 November, 2016 By Duncan McLaren

The used cooking oil recovery industry has come a long way since ‘the man in the white van’ turned up at the restau­rant kitchen door.

Andy Olie

Andy Olie

Environmental taxes miss the targetSubscription

28 November, 2016 By Andy Olie

Director of Monksleigh on why he thinks landfill tax has run its course