WRAP’s annual Gate Fees Report has found a number of changes since last year, most notable a drop in Material Recovery Facilities (MRF), Anaerobic Digestion (AD), and Energy from Waste (EfW) gate fees, whilst landfill gate fees have increased. In-vessel … Continue reading →
Following yesterday’s elections for the chairs of Parliament’s select committees, it is the Conservative MP, Neil Parish, who will chair the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee. The chairs of the departmental select committees were announced by the Speaker, the … Continue reading →
Coca-Cola European Partners Great Britain as today unveiled its new sustainable packaging strategy in which it says it aims to double the amount of recycled plastic in all of its bottles to 50 percent by 2020, as well as trialling an “incentive-based … Continue reading →
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Resource Recovery Solutions (RRS), a joint venture between international waste-to-product company, Renewi plc and Interserve Group plc, has started accepting the first loads of waste at its new Waste Treatment Centre in Derby – marking the start of testing the … Continue reading →
Bristol Waste Company (BWC) has launched a commercial waste and recycling collection service to meet what it’s calling “increasing demand” from businesses in Bristol and the surrounding areas. Wholly-owned by Bristol City Council’s Bristol Holding Company Ltd, The Teckal company, … Continue reading →
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GPT Waste has launched a new white paper, aimed at the construction sector, in which it aims to educate it on the savings that are available through improved waste management. This white paper is provided as guidance to assist companies, design teams and main contractors … Continue reading →
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Andrew Lappage, head of operations North London Waste Authority, takes on the subject of extended producer responsibility. It turns out there’s probably still more questions than answers at present It is often said that widening the scope of extended producer responsibility … Continue reading →
Viridor has appointed CNIM and Clugston Construction Ltd to build a new £252m Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) on an industrial site in Avonmouth on the outskirts of Bristol. Industrial engineering contractor, CNIM, will provide the established technology for the new, … Continue reading →
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