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Treasury indicates it could back incineration taxSubscription

18 August, 2018 By

Department received ‘overwhelming support’ for action against plastics waste

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News round-up August 2018 Subscription

Roydon sold to managers; Broad clears massive illegal dump; Digestate down on the farm; Recoup calls for plastics action

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Show will look at the burning issuesSubscription

By Jacqueline O’Donovan

Waste Disposal looks ahead to this year’s RWM exhibition

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Time to refresh the compost heapSubscription

By Nik Spencer

Green tech solutions instead of collections

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Avoid contributing to plastics problemSubscription

By Roger Baynham

The single biggest challenge to delivering a truly circular econ­omy for plastics, where packag­ing waste is recycled here in the UK, has been competition from comparatively low cost and less regulated overseas markets

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Why there is virtue in complexitySubscription

By Stuart Hayward-Higham

Understanding potential effects and opportunities of array of policy and practical interventions flowing through the sector

Nigel Harvey

Unfair WEEE rules hit UK producersSubscription

By Nigel Harvey

One of the most interesting points raised by Defra’s look at the waste electrical and elec­tronic equipment (WEEE) reg­ulations concerned ‘freeriding’ by internet sellers

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Councils face pressure to collect food waste Subscription

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Food waste businesses and the anaerobic digestion (AD) industry have many reasons to be optimistic now that the Government has confirmed it would take the EU’s circular economy (CE) package into domestic legislation

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A frank discussion on how to work togetherSubscription

By Katie Coyne

As part of this year’s National Recycling Awards, the Environmental Services Association (ESA) hosted a roundtable during the day that looked at ways local authorities and waste companies could work better together