A new deal to recycle more mattresses, carpets and furniture and defer them from landfill has been secured by the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) and social enterprise recycler Usel. The agreement will see Belfast-based Usel (Ulster Supported Employment Ltd) … Continue reading →
Environmental performance amongst Scottish regulated businesses and other organisations achieved a six year high, with 91.7% of sites recorded as “Excellent”, “Good” or “Broadly Compliant”, according to results published last week (15 February 2018) by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency … Continue reading →
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The Environmental Services Association (ESA), has today (16 February) launched a new health and safety report, which looks at what the ESA is calling “contrasting performance” across the industry. ESA’s policy advisor, Stephen Freeland says the Health & Safety Executive’s … Continue reading →
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The Environmental Services Association (ESA) has said it is “perplexed” a report published by the London Assembly Environment Committee, which it says which criticises energy from waste (EfW) without offering any solutions. The report, published yesterday (15 February), states two … Continue reading →
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Nick Oettinger, managing director at The Furniture Recycling Group, discusses the landfill tax, saying the UK needs to be working towards a circular economy that does not include landfill as an option. The Landfill Tax has been in existence since … Continue reading →
Principal consultant for Eunomia, Peter Jones, says collectors of trade waste, and local authorities perhaps most of all, need to start thinking about how they will boost the level of recycling they achieve, and whether the days of a pure “pay … Continue reading →
The introduction of the Island of Guernsey’s new “pay as you throw” system will begin next year, according to States of Guernsey officials. Ahead of the introduction, from September this year, new collections will also be introduced for food waste … Continue reading →
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Two million tonnes of London’s waste was sent to energy from waste (EfW) facilities last year – more than doubling in the last decade, according to a new report published by the London Assembly Environment Committee. The London Assembly Environment Committee … Continue reading →
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