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    Need to raise game on capture of materialsSubscription

    Opinion12 September, 2014

    Linda Crichton, head of collections and quality at WRAP, on a role for individuals, businesses, and the waste sector to capitalise on successes to date

  • RWM preview: NRA retail: Birmingham Airport and Mitie Waste & Environmental ServicesSubscription

    Features12 September, 2014

    The judges said: “This is a very good example of partnership working to achieve results, including the evidence to back up the approach. More on waste prevention would have been valued.”

  • RWM Preview: NRA retail: BluewaterSubscription

    Features12 September, 2014

    The judges said: “This is an exciting initiative with big ambitions and a company always looking to do more. There is a comprehensive range of waste streams and a good recycling rate. It would have benefitted from more evidence of senior management buy-in and communication with the public.”Bluewater shopping centre in Kent has 330 stores and over 55 bars, restaurants and cafes, attracting 28.1 million visitors each year. It achieved zero waste to landfill in 2009, as a result ...

  • RWM Preview: NRA retail: opening page and winnerSubscription

    Features12 September, 2014

    Standfirst: This year’s National Recycling Awards, held in July at the Hilton on London’s Park Lane, received a record number of entries, highlighting the best practice and innovation that is taking place across the UK in resource management.

  • RWM Preview: NRA retail: DS Smith & AldiSubscription

    Features12 September, 2014

    The judges said: “This shows a strong and effective partnership with good work around minimisation. It addresses challenging elements of the waste hierarchy such as prevention and reuse.”

  • RWM Preview: NRA retail: John Lewis Partnership Subscription

    Features12 September, 2014

    John Lewis Partnership The judges said: “There is complete commitment within the company and interaction across the supply chain. This shows very good examples from the past 12 months, although it could perhaps have benefitted from more evidence about its relationship with customers.”

  • RWM Preview: NRA retail: London MidlandSubscription

    Features12 September, 2014

    London Midland

  • RWM Preview: NRA retail: M&SSubscription

    Features12 September, 2014

    The judges said: “It is difficult not to continue to be impressed by the continuing drive and influence of M&S in the retail sector. The company has shown continuing commitment and the only relative downside in comparison to other entries was activity over the past 12 months.”

  • RWM Preview: NRA retail: Regent's PlaceSubscription

    Features12 September, 2014

    The judges said: “This is an excellent example of how communication, information and awareness can achieve significant results. This is very good practice shown by an entry balances carrot, stick and education.”

  • RWM Preview: NRA retail: The CornerhouseSubscription

    Features12 September, 2014

    The judges said: “This showed excellent co-ordination of different tenants within the complex and evidence of good progress during the 12 months under consideration.  An entry from the whole Land Securities group could perhaps have been a stronger entry, showing greater corporate buy-in.”