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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 Feb 14
Interesting divergence of views over the food and drink industry's call to Gove to halt consultations on DRS, EPR and harmonised collections.
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 13
My week on Twitter 🎉: 15 Mentions, 17.8K Mention Reach, 4 Likes, 9 Retweets, 9.79K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 13
STORY UPDATE: Gove will issue a formal response to food and drink companies' call to put the brakes on the resources and waste strategy, while Defra insists it will press ahead.
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 12
Consultations still not out - is Gove caving into pressure from the food and drink industry? We hope not, but it is understandable businesses feel they can't cope with the whole no-deal situation.
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 6
My week on Twitter 🎉: 7 Mentions, 6.8K Mention Reach, 17 Likes, 11 Retweets, 11.2K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 6
Will a Norwegian proposal to amend the Basel Convention on waste exports force the plastics recycling sector to raise its standards or be disastrous? A difference of opinion has emerged.
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 6
We know the feeling at MRW - if anyone has a good steer on the consultations' whereabouts, please share. If we find anything out, we'll do the same.
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 5
Glass v plastics argument uncovered - Coca Cola: “We believe all packaging formats have a role to play in delivering our drinks - that includes glass, plastic and aluminium."
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 4
From the industry press perspective, EMR has preferred to keep itself to itself in the past. But chief executive Andrew Brady speaks to MRW about a new era of openness.
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 4
Out now - report from the MRW round table on the resources and waste strategy.
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 4
Replying to @Robin_Latchem
Yes, thanks. Belated photo credit: Robin Latchem.
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 4
Replying to @Robin_Latchem
Not a particularly well-researched story, unfortunately. Much more detail and accuracy in the trade press...
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 4
Guardian said waste export licences end in the case of no-deal, but failed to report that the majority of transfrontier waste shipment notifications will be allowed to continue by EU competent authorities. Read the full story here:
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MaterialsRecycling Feb 1
WEEE compliance in the headlines today - the JTA's method for WEEE 2018 compliance fees has been chosen by Defra, and Norhtern Compliance has its licence taken away.
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MaterialsRecycling Jan 31
What happens if not everyone signs up to voluntary recycling commitments, and how far can we rely on large-scale retailers doing the right thing without legislating?
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MaterialsRecycling Jan 30
My week on Twitter 🎉: 5 Mentions, 161 Mention Reach, 3 Likes, 6 Retweets, 17.1K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Jan 30
Amey, FCC and Veolia back council environment directors' call for independent EPR oversight, support for EfW and financial backing for separate food waste collections.
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MaterialsRecycling Jan 30
UPDATE on Brexit stockpiling story: EA says "A range of sites are already available and permitted to take a wide range of waste" and "there are no plans at this stage to relax or change permit controls." EA teams are also looking for site availability.
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MaterialsRecycling Jan 30
An update on this, the EA has told us: "A range of sites are already available and permitted to take a wide range of waste," and "There are no plans at this stage to relax or change permit controls."
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MaterialsRecycling Jan 29
Gove says the Environment Agency has assessed capacity for stockpiling RDF in the south east and is “ready to respond to requests from industry for additional storage of waste” if there's a no-deal Brexit. But is there enough space?
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