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Council denied cash over DRS concernsSubscription

21 May, 2019 By Mark Smulian

Zero Waste Scotland cities uncertain effect of DRS on doorstep collections

Leicester recycling

News round-up May 2019Subscription

Council consults on slashing bring sites; FCC starts Suffolk contract; CSG Recovery searches for silver; County’s fly-tip fines pass £1m mark

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keith riley

Strategy sets a course for failureSubscription

By Keith Riley

Keith Riley on the Government’s waste strategy

aldous hicks

Close the loop in pursuit of puritySubscription

By Aldous Hicks

Aldous Hicks on reducing contamination

john redmayne

Collaboration is keySubscription

By John Redmayne

There is a danger that debates over extended producer responsibility and deposit return scheme will fall back into familiar arguments that has bogged down the industry for years

julie fourcade

We can deliver a revitalised systemSubscription

By Julie Fourcade

The EPR and DRS consultations give us the chance to build an optimal system that reduces waste, increases recycling and delivers financially back into that very system

kerry mccarthy

Call for food collections gets louderSubscription

By Kerry McCarthy

Bristol MP Kerry McCarthy on a lively discussion on using food waste as a resource

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Now the strategy has sunk in: fears for fundingSubscription

By , Katie Coyne

A growing number of waste manage­ment, plastics and packaging compa­nies, councils, consultants and industry experts are warning that Government plans to get the UK’s recycling rates back on track may not be enough

conservative estimates

The price of missed targetsSubscription

By Katie Coyne

Analysis by two consultancies, Eunomia and COWI, have put a price on the UK missing its recycling targets