The forthcoming Resources & Waste Strategy published by government will encompass five fundamental pillars, according to Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) chair, Mary Creagh MP. Creagh made the announcement at day two of this year’s RWM exhibition as she addressed delegates … Continue reading →
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Confusion continues to dominate the plastic market, according to prn trader, with reported supply at odds with the general market outlook. Plastic prices remained volatile, moving up before settling back at the weeks opening price, prn trader’s Ian Andrews says. … Continue reading →
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Packaging manufacturers and retailers need to fund the cost of recycling more, according to The Recycling Association. The response follows the National Audit Office report, The Packaging Recycling Obligations, which found Government has no evidence that the system has encouraged companies to … Continue reading →
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This week, an increase in the top-end paper price has been seen from a shortage in available supply, resulting in some upward pressure. According to prn trader there has been a “sizable increase” in paper being forward-contracted, and it is thought … Continue reading →
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The British Plastics Federation Recycling Group (BPFRG) has welcomed the news that the National Audit Office (NAO) to assess the packaging recovery note (PRN) scheme’s performance. In response to the recent report from Eunomia ‘Plastic Packaging Shredding Light on the … Continue reading →
The Foodservice Packaging Association (FPA) has called for all taxes set in place to tackle the environmental impact of plastic and packaging should be directed into increasing recycling and reducing litter. Executive director of the FPA, Martin Kersh said the … Continue reading →
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Last week’s (ending 2 February) PRN report from prn trader reveals we saw “frantic activity” as we moved towards the close of the compliance year on Wednesday (31 January). The week started with strong activity in the aluminium market, as … 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 →
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