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Leading business magazine and website in the recycling and waste management industry. E: mrw@emap.com
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My week on Twitter 🎉: 23 Mentions, 14.9K Mention Reach, 4 Likes, 4 Retweets, 16.7K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 17
Replying to @LauraLTainsh
I understand Theresa Villiers has now seen charts explaining our reliance on waste exports in a meeting with industry today. Let's hope the left hand tells the right hand what's what.
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 17
Blink and you'd miss it - Boris Johnson says a ban on waste exports will be part of the upcoming Queen's Speech.
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 17
EXCLUSIVE: Ferrous scrap traders tell MRW the market has seen prices collapse - but disagree over whether Brexit is having an impact.
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Robin Latchem Sep 12
Cracking stuff at on and how to tackle this very real menace in the waste sector. Well done to for organising (read my write-up in next issue) and to and for being so open about learning the hard way.
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NaomiLJones Sep 11
"It is not what the strategy should be it is how we deliver the strategy." talking about the key issues facing our industry with Corin Williams, editor and other industry CEOs on the Leaders of the Waste World panel
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Ashfords LLP Sep 12
Our Energy and Waste Team are proud to be attending and sponsoring the Root it Out Campaign taking place tonight. We look forward to seeing everyone there!
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ERP UK Sep 12
"Lack of awareness" - when interviewed businesses shared that they were unable to spot the signs of modern slavery among their workforce.
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ERP UK Sep 12
Proactivity v reactivity is the best prevention method against the infiltration of modern day slavery within businesses. - Gary Booth, .
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 11
My week on Twitter 🎉: 10 Mentions, 3.53K Mention Reach, 7 Likes, 3 Retweets, 126 Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 10
MRW is leading a panel session, in conjunction with and CIWM, to launch our ‘Root it out’ campaign. It will be held on 12 September at 12.30-13.45 in the Innovation Theatre 4. Speakers from Smart Solutions, Biffa and the Slave Free Alliance.
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 10
Just before Parliament was suspended, we learned more on the fate of the Bill through which the much of of the resources and waste strategy will be drafted into legislation...
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 6
Very happy to see this development from the ESA.
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 6
We speak to the Recycling Association's Simon Ellin as he returns from mission to Indonesia.
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 4
My week on Twitter 🎉: 3 Mentions, 5.6K Mention Reach, 8 Likes, 5 Retweets, 2.95K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 3
A look at the result of the first round of consultations on the resources and waste strategy, as the country looks to be heading for a general election:
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 3
Got yours yet? We ask whether companies making big announcements on tackling single-use plastics is just ‘greenwashing’. Recruitment agency Smart Solutions tells us how they and police beat forced labour gangs and we launch the ‘Root it out’ campaign on modern day slavery.
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 3
There were some great entries in this year's MRW National Recycling Awards, here's some of our favourites.
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MaterialsRecycling Sep 3
Companies are facing accusations of ‘greenwashing’, incompetence and ignorance in their response to cutting back on single-use plastic - we look behind the headlines.
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MdrnSlavery Helpline Sep 2
With a campaign due to begin to raise awareness of in the waste sector, our shows how reports to in this sector are increasing as an emerging trend
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