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compliance fee weee is recycled

JTA launches bid to track down missing WEEESubscription

15 February, 2019 By Katie Coyne

Joint Trade Associations looking for researchers to uncover the mystery surrounding the fate of waste electrical items

Litter problem in London

News round-up February 2019Subscription

Veolia gives Valentine’s advice; Paper straw range launched; School gets bottle greenhouse; Suez staff fundraise against cancer

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ray georgeson

Get moving on new environment officeSubscription

By Ray Georgeson

Why there is still a need for an Office for Resource Management

julie fourcade fcc

A framework, not a roadmapSubscription

By Julieta Cuneo

”An early Christmas present” is how many people in the waste and resources sector referred to the strategy once it was finally published

paul taylor

The strategy talks a good gameSubscription

By Paul Taylor

Defra’s resources and waste strategy marks an important step forward in building a more resource-efficient waste system in the UK

john twitchen

Do we need a food waste champion?Subscription

By John Twitchen

John Twitchen on the worth of not wasting food 

Laura tainsh

Collaboration across the UK is vital if strategy is to succeedSubscription

By Laura Tainsh

The resources and waste strategy’s vision for England needs to fit in with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

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conversation

Now the strategy is out, the real work begins...Subscription

By Greg Pitcher

A round table event led by MRW – in partnership with FCC and Valpak, and supported by Policy Connect – held just days after the launch of the resources and waste strategy was the first chance for industry to respond

recycling targets

Where do we go after 2020?Subscription

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After years of policy void, the Government has finally revealed its recycling ambi­tions