UK resources and waste policy is seemingly evolving like a serialised “whodunit?”, says Gev Eduljee, a non-executive director at Resource Futures. In the wake of the Government’s 25-Year Plan unveiling yesterday (11 January), he analyses how it related to our … Continue reading →
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Biffa has announced that, through a five-year partnership, it has helped homeware retailer, Dunelm, divert over 90% of its waste from landfill sites. Throughout a “close and long-standing relationship”, Biffa has been assisting Dunelm to boost its waste recycling efforts, … Continue reading →
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ITV studios in Leeds, the home of the hit series Emmerdale and many other TV successes, are celebrating their achievement in diverting 100% of their waste from landfill in partnership with B&M Waste Services. Carbon Neutral B&M Waste Services have … Continue reading →
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The Liberal Democrat Party has pledged to pass a “Zero Waste Act” in its election manifesto, which includes legally binding targets for reducing net consumption of key natural resources, and introducing incentives for businesses to improve resource efficiency. The manifesto, … Continue reading →
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The Lakeside Energy from Waste (EfW) facility has now achieved “zero waste to landfill” over an 18 month period, according to its operators, due to what it calls a “pioneering arrangement”. Since 1 September 2015, the Lakeside facility – a joint venture between … Continue reading →
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People living in Scotland could save more than £90 million by not wasting food this festive season – a saving of £38 for every household in Scotland – according to Zero Waste Scotland. With 50,375 tonnes of food and drink … Continue reading →
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