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MaterialsRecycling
Leading business magazine and website in the recycling and waste management industry. E: mrw@emap.com
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 17
My week on Twitter 🎉: 6 Mentions, 4.45K Mention Reach, 10 Likes, 3 Retweets, 2.86K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 15
One of the UK's foremost public health experts, Prof Hugh Pennington, speaks to MRW on the clinical waste saga: “System breakdown, needs top level intervention, rather than leaving it to trusts to sort out."
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 10
My week on Twitter 🎉: 7 Mentions, 3.3K Mention Reach, 2 Likes, 1 Retweet, 882 Retweet Reach, 1 Reply. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 10
Over the past week we've had EA chief Sir James Bevan mentioned mobster Al Capone in the fight against waste crime and now Therese Coffey mentions cowboys... what film genre next?
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 10
Not only a non-Brexit question at PMQs today, but one on incineration...
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 9
Environment Agency head Sir James Bevan says organised crime groups involved in illegal waste activities will be taken down within the next few months - quite a sense of drama, we wait to see what happens.
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 5
Exclusive MRW analysis of Government gender pay data shows more than five in six waste sector high earners are men.
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 5
Nicholas Pollard is to leave Cory but says he will "remain a firm advocate" for the "often-overlooked" role energy-from-waste plays.
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 3
My week on Twitter 🎉: 15 Mentions, 13.5K Mention Reach, 7 Likes, 5 Retweets, 4.52K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 1
An indication that local authorities are not at all happy with the resources and waste strategy. What else is being drafted in response to the consultations?
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MaterialsRecycling Apr 1
Out now in the April MRW issue, a full write up of our round table on the DRS and EPR consultations - detailed analysis and insight from industry leaders.
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MaterialsRecycling Mar 29
Have you got yours yet? Also now in digital edition format.
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MaterialsRecycling Mar 29
In our latest issue, report from an MRW round table on EPR and DRS.
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MaterialsRecycling Mar 29
Replying to @ellifanntine
Sorry for the mistype in the story, should of course have read 27 March. It's now been corrected.
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MaterialsRecycling Mar 29
Replying to @ellifanntine
This is from a committee hearing held on 27 March 2019, see here:
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MaterialsRecycling Mar 29
Looks like Gove will shake up Defra agencies, assuming he doesn't soon become prime minister: “...in other Government departments I have been responsible for closing some NDPBs... you don’t want them to be overstaffed and bloated ... "
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MaterialsRecycling Mar 28
Looks like China's going to go the whole hog, ban all waste imports and only accept material that is reclassified out of waste. More details when we get them.
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MaterialsRecycling Mar 28
Debates over the UK's capacity to deal with residual waste are not academic - decisions will have to be made now. Back EfW or not, it's a "stark choice".
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MaterialsRecycling Mar 27
My week on Twitter 🎉: 7 Mentions, 25.1K Mention Reach, 4 Likes, 1 Retweet, 1.17K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Mar 27
Defra departmental food waste stats have been released, showing a fall from 65,336kg in 2017 to 37,522kg in 2018. This is thanks to a Freedom of Information request.
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