Mike Read, head of energy and environment at Grant Thornton UK LLP, looks at the sector’s merger and acquisition activity over the last 12 months, which saw record levels since it started its analysis in 2010… The waste sector is … Continue reading →
Recycling Technologies, a business specialising in the chemical recycling of mixed plastic waste, has announced a major strategic business alliance with InterChem, a global commodities trader, worth more £50m. The deal also includes the forward sale of its wax output … Continue reading →
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A new UK company – ReNew ELP – has unveiled its plans to “revolutionise end-of-life plastic recycling” through the use of a “unique technology” that chemically recycles plastic waste into oil and valuable chemicals. ReNew ELP says that it will be bringing a new hydrothermal upgrading technology to … Continue reading →
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Following the Government’s recent publication of the summary of responses received to its WEEE regulations consultation, and the three key changes to be made, compliance scheme operators, Recolight and Ecosurety, have expressed their support. The summary document included three key … Continue reading →
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Bristol City Centre BID (Business Improvement District) is entering into a partnership with Veolia to deliver a new waste collection service to city centre businesses that aims to improve commercial recycling and improve street aesthetics. Available to over 780 business in … Continue reading →
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Following a three-month refurbishment programme, and want it describes as”considerable investment in the facility”, UNTHA UK has revealed its new-look shredder test centre, allowing its customers to see exactly what the products can do. The trial department has long been … Continue reading →
The Environment Agency has granted Biffa permission to extend its national asbestos disposal network from four to 10 dedicated waste transfer stations, with further plans to extend the number to 12 by this summer. Biffa’s sites in Eastleigh, Hull, West … Continue reading →
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Advetec, a company involved in the treatment and reduction of solid and liquid organic waste, is expanding its operations with a £600,000 investment in pilot plants and laboratories test and trial pre- and post-treatment liquid and solid organic waste streams. The … Continue reading →
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