CIWM’s CEO, Dr Colin Church, looks at how environmental legislation might be governed post-Brexit, following Michael Gove’s announcement that the Defra intends to consult on the issue… In a previous blog I highlighted some of the reasons many in the … Continue reading →
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Simone Aplin and David Woolford at Ricardo AEA say it’s time for the waste sector to stop arguing about the waste treatment capacity gap and speak with one voice, saying this annual debate is distracting, unhelpful, undermines the aims of the … Continue reading →
Norman Grundon, chairman of Grundon Waste Management, and Neil Grundon, deputy chairman, recently returned from a fact-finding mission to India, where they sought opportunities to share Grundon’s knowledge and technology within the waste sector. Neil tells us more… Q. What … Continue reading →
The waste industry should get its house in order, before it’s forced to, says Paul Timmins, operations director at Ecosurety. And that means reviewing waste legislation to make it more transparent and to encourage more recycling Anybody who worked in financial services … Continue reading →
There are more questions than answers in politics right now. However, Dr Colin Church, CIWM’s chief executive officer, says the important thing is that the resource & waste sector continues to highlight the contribution it can make both to a … Continue reading →
As the number of solar panels on the UK’s roofs increases, so too will the number that have to be recycled. By 2036 it could be as many as almost 9m PV panels. Lee Petts looks at the rather large … Continue reading →
In the days following the General Election, there has been none of the traditional dust settling and planning for the future, writes Mathew Prosser, UK managing director at DS Smith Recycling. Rather, we have more questions than answers… When it … Continue reading →
FCC Chief Executive Officer Paul Taylor considers the outlook for the waste and resource sector after Teresa May’s snap general election today (8 June)… saying the industry needs to present a “united front”. With the UK set to go … Continue reading →
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