The Welsh Government could set a target for councils to recycle 80% of its municipal waste by 2035, according to Hannah Blythyn AM, Welsh Minister for Environment, speaking today (14 March) at the CIWM Resource Conference Cymru. The event had … Continue reading →
Emergency services dealt with an incident involving a fire at a recycling plant near Deeside with firefighters remaining in attendance this weekend (Saturday 10 March). Fire appliances from North Wales Fire and Rescue Service and Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service were … Continue reading →
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Ahead of the forthcoming CIWM Resource Conference Cymru (14 March) Harriet Parke, a senior consultant at Eunomia Research & Consulting Ltd, discusses the future of residual waste in Wales, suggesting that flexibility will be the key to future success What does … Continue reading →
Just days after Wales was, once again, confirmed as the UK’s best recycling nation, Minister for Environment Hannah Blythyn has underlined the Welsh Government’s ambition to become a “zero waste” nation by approving over £7.5m to help local authorities continue … Continue reading →
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CIWM has set out a service “checklist” of what councils might consider when rolling out a three- or four-weekly residual waste collection in order to address potential hygiene concerns. The list has been sent in a letter to Conwy Council … Continue reading →
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Natural Resources Wales (NRW) has announced that it has granted Biomass UK No 2 Ltd a permit to operate its gasification facility in Barry. The decision follows an extensive assessment of the company’s plans, and several consultations with local people … Continue reading →
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County Borough Council has announced it will phase in 4-weekly residual waste collections across the County, following a successful trial, in a bid to boost recycling. Recycling will continue to be collected every week, the Council says. The year-long trial … Continue reading →
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Wales’s Minister for Environment, Hannah Blythyn, reiterated the Welsh Government’s determination to tackle food waste, during a festive visit to Iceland Food Limited’s head office in Deeside yesterday. Every year, the UK bins poultry costing around £660m. The Minister visited … Continue reading →
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