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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Waste crime in England is costing the legitimate waste industry and the taxpayer more than £600m a year, equivalent to building 34 new secondary schools or paying for 4,137 NHS hospital beds per year, according to a new report commissioned by the … 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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The Environmental Services Association (ESA) has urged Party manifestos to include “policy stability” to underpin investment in waste treatment facilities, following the approval by MPs of a snap general election on 8 June. ESA’s executive director, Jacob Hayler commented on … Continue reading →
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The Environmental Services Association, the voice of the UK’s resource and waste management industry today set out a number of recommendations to more closely align the planning system with the strategic objectives of the Circular Economy. There is significant scope … Continue reading →
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The Environmental Services Association (ESA) says the Government’s new anti-littering strategy, launched yesterday (10 April), misses an opportunity to highlight the “important role that extended producer responsibility schemes could play”. Under the new proposals, the most serious litterers could be … Continue reading →
The Environmental Services Association (ESA) has sounded a note of caution to the European Parliament’s amendments to the EU Circular Economy legislation adopted earlier this week. European Parliament voted to restore the recycling targets for member states set out in … Continue reading →
The Industrial Strategy Green Paper launched today by the Prime Minister Theresa May has been welcomed by CIWM, SUEZ and the ESA. The paper sets out how the UK proposes to build a modern industrial strategy. It is not intended … Continue reading →
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