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Dispute over missed collection data dogs Surrey waste contractSubscription

23 August, 2019 By Will Hatchett

Joint Waste Solutions and Amey have “differing views on the contract’s key performance indicators”


News round-up August 2019Subscription

EMR survey reveals need for recycling instructions; Cory featured on Channel 5; Reconomy on-site monitoring link-up with BRE; Clear way for glass to cement position

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Commercial waste costs in the spotlightSubscription

By Peter Maddox

Once the overall cost of waste disposal is highlighted to businesses, they want to do something about it.

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Too many new-builds near waste sitesSubscription

By Stephen Freeland

Stephen Freeland on planning new housing developments

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Strategy needs hard cash to back it upSubscription

By Lee Marshall

Lee Marshall on the need for council recycling services to be properly funded 

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Transparency and clarity on standards are now essentialSubscription

By Ray Georgeson

What is clear after the recent Biffa prosecution is that now, more than ever, the regulatory agencies and the Government need to deliver absolute clarity

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Recycling must be actually recycledSubscription

By Sam Chetan-Welsh

We’ve trusted separate recycling bins for years, but this has been dented by recent cases uncovered by Greenpeace

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Extent of slavery gangs blindsided unwary firmsSubscription

By Corin Williams

Prosecution of eight Polish nation­als as part of the UK’s largest investiga­tion into modern day slavery

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Biffa’s contamination row with EA splits opinionSubscription

By Corin Williams, Mark Smulian

The prosecution of Biffa by the Environ­ment Agency (EA) for attempting to export waste paper to China with a “totally unacceptable level of contami­nation” seems to have divided the sector