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Councils face 'force majeure' over kerbside contracts due to China


Ever since this issue was raised in the light of the existing correctly-placed restrictions by the China to rejecting plastics and paper products being dumped in their back yard because of being tainted with all manner of pollutants, the waste industry has moaned at the problem. This is an opportunity which we can solve very easily and we are doing so by helping the PRC solve their own plastics and paper problems with solutions to reduce the hydrocarbons and capture new products from the chemicals contained therein. If this country (the UK) was to have behaved in a really positive manner within the EU [European Union] we would have been able to develop this system within the UK as well. However the antithesis of the Government has stopped this full track and now new will be building this in the EU in the Netherlands, Italy, France, Spain and Germany utilising almost €3 Billion of grants.

Posted date

7 March, 2018

Posted time

5:54 pm