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Amey requests early end to Herts recycling contractSubscription

12 November, 2019 By Will Hatchett

Hertfordshire County Council says contract no longer financially viable for the waste firm


Councils urge ‘higher charges’ on hard-to-recycle packagingSubscription

8 November, 2019 By Corin Williams

Local Government Association also says labelling is ‘often unclear and conflicting’


Borough looks to monthly collectionsSubscription

6 November, 2019 By Mark Smulian

Blaenau Gwent would be second council to make move

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Supermarket fined £75,000 for fly-tipSubscription

6 November, 2019 By Mark Smulian

Council acted when crews reported food in street bins

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Amey strikes called off in two areasSubscription

4 November, 2019 By Mark Smulian

Amey and GMB reach pay deal in Surrey


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Questions emerge from Scotland’s radical plansSubscription

Scotland is creating forward-thinking regulations to help achieve tough targets, but is a more considered and collaborative approach needed?

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Attention refocused on paperSubscription

UK paper mills launch renewed effort to grab the attention of councils and boost the quality of collections and understanding about recovered fibre

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Simple reporting of waste crimeSubscription

Martin Montague on ClearWaste app

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Who is best to run waste and recycling services?Subscription

What would the private waste sector look like were it to lose £2.8bn worth of business?


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Strategy needs hard cash to back it upSubscription

29 July, 2019 By Lee Marshall

Lee Marshall on the need for council recycling services to be properly funded