The Recycling Association

17th September 2018
Recycling Association Report Calls For UK Recycling To Be Simplified

Recycling Association Report Calls For UK Recycling To Be Simplified

The Recycling Association launched its 2018 Quality First Report, calling for the UK’s approach to recycling to be simplified. “When we launched the Quality First campaign in September 2016 we knew that the overall quality of UK recycled materials needed … Continue reading

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24th July 2018
Retailers & Manufacturers Need To Fund The Cost Of Recycling More

Retailers & Manufacturers Need To Fund The Cost Of Recycling More

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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21st November 2017
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Chinese Increase To 0.5% Out-Throw Will Be “Extremely Tough To Meet”

The Chinese Government has notified the World Trade Organisation (WTO) that it will introduce a 0.5% contamination level on imported waste materials. The restriction will include paper and cardboard, plastics and others apart from 1% that will be allowed for … Continue reading

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10th August 2017
Ministers Urged To Intervene Over Chinese Waste Import Ban

Ministers Urged To Intervene Over Chinese Waste Import Ban

Four Government Ministers have received a joint letter from The Recycling Association and Confederation of Paper Industries requesting “high level diplomacy” regarding the Chinese ban on the import of recyclable materials. With the Chinese Government recently notifying the World Trade … Continue reading

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7th April 2017
Poor Material Quality Is “Biggest Threat” To UK Recycling

Poor Material Quality Is “Biggest Threat” To UK Recycling

A survey of UK recycling industry experts has revealed that 59% of respondents considered poor material quality to represent the biggest threat to the sector. 34% of respondents said that legislative ambiguity represented the biggest threat to maintaining current recycling … Continue reading

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