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Environment Agency (EA)

Father and daughter illegal waste operators ‘on the run’Subscription

15 July, 2019 By Katie Coyne

Enviornment Agency found 135 lorry-loads of soil and builders’ waste dumped and treated at a Kent farm 

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News round-up July 2019Subscription

Multi-million-pound upgrade for Paper Round MRF; Councils’ combined waste fleet; Bio-waste processor first for AD plant; Veolia takes Pride in its colours

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matt nichols

Digital recording must be kept simpleSubscription

By Matt Nichols

Why digitisation of waste reporting is a must-have for the construction sector

phillip ward

Past weighs heavily on plastic exportsSubscription

By Phillip Ward

Phillip Ward on plans to restrict plastic exports under the Basel Convention

peter jones

The aim is to reduce costsSubscription

By Peter Jones

Defra’s most interesting proposals to drive down collection costs for small and micro businesses

keith riley

Emissions safety report justifies EfWSubscription

By Keith Riley

Only route for waste disposal can continue as it is not causing major damage to community

sarah poulter

Preparation for a professional futureSubscription

By Sarah Poulter

Sarah Poulter on plans to influence the shape of the waste sector

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SMEs fearful of ‘franchise’ planSubscription

By , Mark Smulian

Six regional SME waste companies have joined together to lobby against Defra’s proposal to allow councils to set up local franchises for commercial waste collec­tions

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Sector reels from Malaysia dumpsSubscription

By , Mark Smulian

BBC TV documentary has brought the industry under intense pub­lic scrutiny