10th July 2018
Why RDF Should Be “Coming Home”

Why RDF Should Be “Coming Home”

As the England football team takes another nailbiting step on the path to potential World Cup glory, Neil Grundon, deputy chairman of Grundon Waste Management, ponders what he calls the “mocksport” of exporting RDF. At the beginning of this year … Continue reading

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13th February 2018
UK Faces Paper Pile-Up Under China’s New Rules

UK Faces Paper Pile-Up Under China’s New Rules

As well as the focus on plastics, the UK is facing a potential paper crisis, and piles of paper are already building up as China’s new rules come into force, according to a UK-basd paper recycling company. Simon Mountain, commercial technical director … Continue reading

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27th July 2017
Contamination “Hindering” Scotland’s Recycling Potential

Contamination “Hindering” Scotland’s Recycling Potential

Contamination of waste being sent to Scotland’s material recovery facilities (MRFs) is “hindering” Scotland’s ability to maximise the quantity and quality of material available from recycling, according to a report published today (27 July) by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency … Continue reading

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15th June 2017
MF Data Shows Target Material Decrease For England

MF Data Shows Target Material Decrease For England

Updated materials facility (MF) figures by WRAP shows a 1.2% decrease in target material for England and a 0.8% increase for Wales compared to the previous quarter. This is the ninth publication of data under the Environmental Permitting (England and … Continue reading

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