On Saturday 16 June it wasn’t donkeys racing up and down the beachfront at Weston-super-Mare but bin men and women from all across the UK competing in the National Refuse Championships (NRC). Now in its second year the event raised … Continue reading →
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The UK’s leading national recycling and waste management provider, Biffa, has won a 10-year contract to manage waste, recycling and street cleansing services for Melton Borough Council in Leicestershire from October 2018. Biffa will be implementing a brand-new fleet in … Continue reading →
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The recycling figure for aluminium beverage cans in the EU, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland is already well above the future EU Circular Economy recycling targets, reaching 74 percent, reports European Aluminium, the Brussels-based industry association. The overall recycling rate increased by … Continue reading →
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Barnet Council’s Environment Committee has this week agreed to scrap the separate collection of food waste among a range of measures that it says will ensure services are run in the most “efficient, effective and economical way possible”. Currently, the … Continue reading →
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Recycle Now has launched a new communications toolkit for local authorities and partners, introducing a social norming messaging style designed to motivate citizen behaviour change to improve recycling. The toolkit’s refreshed messaging approach is based on research findings showing that … Continue reading →
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Free public access to drinking water will be available at key communities along the Wales Coast path, under Welsh Government plans to improve access to drinking water in public places across Wales to help reduce the use of single use … Continue reading →
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Over 64,000 tonnes of plastic food packaging and plastic bottles is disposed into household residual waste instead of being recycling, costing the country a staggering £11m each year, according to Zero Waste Scotland. The figures have been released today (Tuesday … Continue reading →
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East Northamptonshire Council has signed a new seven-year contract with FCC Environment that aims to “better manage” waste and recycling throughout the area and to help residents recycle more and waste and litter less. The £20m contract, which will save … Continue reading →
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