A new report by B2B comparison site, Expert Market, has produced a “heatmap” suggesting a correlation between affluent neighbourhoods and increased fly-tipping – with The City of London topping the list. The research cross-references data from 324 local authorities, contrasting … Continue reading →
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IEMA has welcomed the vote in Parliament to retain vital EU legal protections through the EU Withdrawal Bill. The amendment ensures that key environmental principles will be established in primary legislation, and that the new independent environment body will have … Continue reading →
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A report published by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) looks into the “common human factors” underlying worker fatalities in the waste and recycling industry. The waste management and recycling industry accounts for about 0.4% of employees in Great Britain. … Continue reading →
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Cardiff Council is looking at ways to improve the reporting, monitoring, surveillance and action taken against those who fly-tip waste in Cardiff, among which is the idea of using new infrared cameras at known fly tipping hotspots. Cardiff Council’s Cabinet … Continue reading →
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The European Commission has decided to refer Spain to the Court of Justice over waste management plans. The decision was made to refer Spain to the Court of Justice of the EU for failing to establish and, where applicable, revise, waste management … Continue reading →
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A lead recycling company was sentenced after a worker was trapped under a load of falling scrap lead. Luton Magistrates’ Court heard how on 5 May 2016 an employee of H J Enthoven Ltd was operating the overhead crane, lifting … Continue reading →
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Environment Secretary Michael Gove has announced a “comprehensive review” that aims to “beef up” the government’s approach to how it tackles the scourge of waste crime. A Call for Evidence has been launched which aims to enable a stakeholders to have their … Continue reading →
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With the introduction of its new tractor units, trailers and van fleet, UK Container Maintenance (UKCM) is adding its support to the Purple Teardrop modern slavery & anti-trafficking campaign with potent messages displayed on each of its vehicles. The Purple … Continue reading →
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