The Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) has called on the Government to introduce a 25p “latte levy” on disposable coffee cups and for all coffee cups to be recycled by 2023. In its latest report – “Disposable Packaging: Coffee Cups” the … Continue reading →
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Almost two-thirds of waste that ends up in non-recyclable waste bins in Scottish households could have been recycled, according to a new Zero Waste Scotland report. The report, The Composition of Household Waste at the Kerbside, shows that, on average, … Continue reading →
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The Resource Association has issued a challenge to the UK’s political parties as campaigning begins for the 2017 General Election, to respond to the potential of the circular economy and better resource efficiency in their election manifestos. In its “Manifesto for Resources 2017” the … Continue reading →
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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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CIWM has welcomed the report by the House of Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Committee on Food Waste in England , which identifies a number of the key challenges to be addressed to maintain progress both on preventing … 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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