The thirteenth publication of data under the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) Regulations 2016 (Schedule 9) shows total tonnage of mixed material entering the MFs in both England and Wales has increased. The data relegates to the reporting period October-December … Continue reading →
A “top-10” list of locations in England with the highest levels of recorded fly-tipping has been compiled using the most recent figures. Across the UK, fly-tipping had previously shown a decline from 2007/08 until 2013/14 . Since then, the total … Continue reading →
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A deposit return scheme intended to increase recycling rates and “slash the amount of waste polluting our land and seas” will be introduced in England, subject to consultation later this year, it was confirmed by Defra today (28 March). UK … Continue reading →
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The Environment Agency has announced plans to map England’s entire landscape by 2020, using the data to assess flood risk and inform conservation work, as well as help fight waste crime, according to its chief executive, Sir James Bevan. Using … Continue reading →
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Official calendar year figures for England’s waste collection and recycling rate in 2016-17 have been published by Defra, showing the country’s local authority collected recycling has increased 1%, with the help of incinerator bottom ash (IBA) metal. The official … Continue reading →
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A new report published today (11 October) suggests local authorities across England could save up to £35m every year if a deposit return scheme (DRS) for drinks containers was introduced in England. Analysis of data across eight local authorities, including … Continue reading →
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The fall in England’s household recycling rate is “disappointing”. What do we need to improve the quality and quantity of recycling? Do we need “fresh thinking”? Ultimately, is austerity to blame? Do we need new ways to measure recyclate to … Continue reading →
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