The introduction of the Island of Guernsey’s new “pay as you throw” system will begin next year, according to States of Guernsey officials. Ahead of the introduction, from September this year, new collections will also be introduced for food waste … Continue reading →
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Following on from last week’s frantic final purchasing for the 2017 compliance year, things quietened down as both buyers and sellers reflected on what the year ahead holds. According to prn trader, we have seen some activity this week in … Continue reading →
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Viridor has signed a five-year contract with one the South West’s leading educational and research institutions – the University of Plymouth – to manage its hazardous and non-hazardous waste across all university campuses in Devon. Viridor Account Manager (South West) … Continue reading →
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The ideas of Britain’s schoolchildren are being sought as part of a project looking at ways to end our reliance on single-use plastics in order to protect the environment from the damage they cause. Environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy and … Continue reading →
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A new report that sets out how Newcastle could become a world leader in waste reduction has been unveiled. The 50-page publication entitled “No Time to Waste” sets out ideas and actions aimed at dramatically reducing the amount of waste … Continue reading →
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Provisional Northern Ireland local authority collected municipal waste management statistics for July to September 2017 have been published, revealing the country’s recycling rate is 51.5%, an increase on the 48.4% recorded during the same three months of 2016. The Department … Continue reading →
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Derry City and Strabane District Council has approved a strategy aimed at developing a “zero waste circular economy”, the first of its kind in the UK. The strategy, developed by Eunomia Research & Consulting, brings together the principles of zero waste and the circular … Continue reading →
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The UK is opposing recently proposed EU recycling targets in Brussels, according to claims by Greenpeace. Leaked notes from an EU delegation – seen by Greenpeace’s news site Unearthed – claim to reveal UK officials said the country will be “unable to … Continue reading →
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