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Tenders and contract wins round-up for 24 January 2020Subscription

24 January, 2020 By MRW staff

Including Norfolk’s £200m residual waste treatment and disposal tender and others

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News round-up January 2020Subscription

Wheelabrator celebrates EfWs; 5,555 cups installation shows scale of recycling need; EfW backers hope new ministers will end dispute; China details renewable metals standards

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Design basics will support circularitySubscription

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Tackling metal theft is crucial for a prosperous recycling sectorSubscription

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In October 2019, NHS England made a commitment to cut single-use plastic across its in-house catering and on-site retailers

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Digital future of waste trackingSubscription

By Simone Aplin

Imagine that we know how much waste is being generated in the UK, where it is, how it is being treated and its ultimate fate, in almost real time