CIWM’s CEO, Dr Colin Church, looks at how environmental legislation might be governed post-Brexit, following Michael Gove’s announcement that the Defra intends to consult on the issue… In a previous blog I highlighted some of the reasons many in the … Continue reading →
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The winners of CIWM’s Sustainability & Resource Awards have been announced at a ceremony held in London today (2 November). These “long-standing and well-respected” awards are given for outstanding achievement in the sustainability, resource and waste industry, CIWM says. … Continue reading →
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There are more questions than answers in politics right now. However, Dr Colin Church, CIWM’s chief executive officer, says the important thing is that the resource & waste sector continues to highlight the contribution it can make both to a … Continue reading →
CIWM has written to the newly appointed Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, to stress the importance resource productivity and efficiency can play in supporting the UK’s industrial strategy and in protecting our environment for future generations. The letter, signed by CIWM’s … Continue reading →
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Tailored apprenticeships for resource and waste management are one step closer as an employer-led group set up to develop two new waste management and recycling Trailblazer Apprenticeship standards has been given the green light to proceed. As a result of … Continue reading →
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Responding to ESA’s “Rethinking Waste Crime” report, published earlier this week, CIWM has welcomed many of the recommendations put forward, particularly the conclusion that a review of the regulatory regime should be considered to ensure that it is fit for … Continue reading →
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CIWM has welcomed the report by the House of Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee on Food Waste in England , which identifies a number of the key challenges to be addressed to maintain progress both on preventing … Continue reading →
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WISH (the Waste Industry Safety and Health Forum) has released its newly revised waste fires guidance. Due to be formal launched in June, the guidance is, however, being made available on the WISH website as of now. The new guidance will be … Continue reading →
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