WRAP is consulting stakeholders on the advantages and/or disadvantages of adopting a national colour scheme for household waste and recycling containers. The consultation is part of WRAP’s work under the Framework for Greater Consistency in Recycling in England. The consistency … Continue reading →
WRAP’s annual Gate Fees Report has found a number of changes since last year, most notable a drop in Material Recovery Facilities (MRF), Anaerobic Digestion (AD), and Energy from Waste (EfW) gate fees, whilst landfill gate fees have increased. In-vessel … Continue reading →
Coca-Cola European Partners Great Britain as today unveiled its new sustainable packaging strategy in which it says it aims to double the amount of recycled plastic in all of its bottles to 50 percent by 2020, as well as trialling an “incentive-based … Continue reading →
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WRAP is currently working with UK Governments and the Food Standards Agency (FSA) to update industry guidance on the application of on-pack date and related advice (storage and freezing guidance) with the aim of reducing food waste. The guidance aims … Continue reading →
Updated materials facility (MF) figures by WRAP shows a 1.2% decrease in target material for England and a 0.8% increase for Wales compared to the previous quarter. This is the ninth publication of data under the Environmental Permitting (England and … Continue reading →
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Around 500 anaerobic digestion (AD) developments are in the pipeline, to potentially double or triple the size of the sector between 2014 and 2019, a WRAP reports has found, but stresses this level of deployment is highly dependent on the … Continue reading →
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Courtauld Commitment 2025 business signatories are aiming to double the amount of food surplus they send for redistribution, and help other companies further increase the level of unsold food redistributed, by 2020. The signatories, which includes many of the UK’s … Continue reading →
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Chief executive of the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA), Charlotte Morton, has called on Defra to show stronger leadership following the latest food waste figures released by WRAP. The figures, released this week, show an increase in average household food waste between … Continue reading →
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