Poland has linked a string of recent waste fires, which it says were started deliberately, with China’s decision to ban imports of certain waste products. According to reports by Reuters news agency, more than 60 fires took place at dumps … Continue reading →
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The Environmental Services Association (ESA) and the Environment Agency (EA) have announced that high-level talks between the EA’s senior management, and the CEOs of resource and waste management companies have reached agreement to pursue a “collaborative approach” to improving the … Continue reading →
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Natural Resources Wales (NRW) have purchased a new thermal imaging camera to help it identify fire risks at waste sites before they happen following a recent increase in waste fires as a result of self-combustion. The new thermal imaging camera will allow … Continue reading →
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WISH (the Waste Industry Safety and Health Forum) has released its newly revised waste fires guidance. Due to be formal launched in June, the guidance is, however, being made available on the WISH website as of now. The new guidance will be … Continue reading →
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Trade associations from the waste and recycling sector have joined forces to lobby the Environment Agency (EA) over its recently revised fire prevention plan (FPP) guidance. The Wood Recyclers Association (WRA), the Tyre Recovery Association (TRA), UROC (United Resource Operators … Continue reading →
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