Issue : May 2017
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Shed light on the links in the supply chainSubscription
It’s time for those managing sustainability and environmental matters to embrace Big Data. Mark Ward explains why
News round-up May 2017Subscription
Gatwick ’carbon neutral’; New Cory appointments; Metal fire in East Sussex; New BPF president
EA indicates scale of landfill tax evasionSubscription
EXCLUSIVE: forthcoming Environment Agency report to reveal £18m of tax evaded in 2016
Material Focus: PlasticsSubscription
The market for recyclable plastics has been challenging with a number of factors coming together to make it extremely difficult to trade such materials on the international market
Metal markets on the rise since the Brexit voteSubscription
The non-ferrous metals market received a significant boost after the referendum vote to leave the EU as the weak pound boosted exports
Breath of fresh air for wood workersSubscription
When Fercell approached London Reclaimed to supply and fit a dust extract system, it knew a great partnership would ensue
Zooming in on hotspotsSubscription
Who are you?
Material mixtures cause a headache Subscription
High-tech composite materials are invaluable to engineers but expensive and very difficult to recycle
Why spend money collecting household waste when it could be used for heating directly at source?
The Big Interview: Nicky CunninghamSubscription
The Environment Agency’s new deputy director for waste regulation about her hopes for a sector under increasing scrutiny