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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 Oct 18
Big announcements from the Environment Agency and Biffa on tackling labour exploitation in the waste industry to coincide with
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 17
My week on Twitter 🎉: 7 Mentions, 5.04K Mention Reach, 9 Likes, 8 Retweets, 5.57K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 11
Hammond's Budget will take place in just a few weeks - will he listen to industry concerns?
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 11
No word so far, but we would still welcome something on this. Perhaps we could send round Qs on email between you and a local government figure, might be easier to organise. email corin.williams@emap.com if anyone's interested.
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 11
Gove likes to say the UK will go further than the EU on recycling - but will he agree to minimum recycled content for plastic beverage bottles as the industry has been calling for? We wait with baited breath to find out.
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 10
My week on Twitter 🎉: 14 Mentions, 12.2K Mention Reach, 8 Likes, 4 Retweets, 3.69K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 10
Tolvik's latest report mirrors what many in the industry have been saying for years now, that parts of the UK will not be able to cope with a growth in residual waste. Gove is aware of the problem - will he act?
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 9
A review of how the NHS awards clinical waste contracts will take place after HES stripped of 15 contracts - and with Stericycle being accused of overcharging and facing further challenges at the High Court, the outcome will be very interesting:
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 8
The October issue is out now - have you read yours?
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 8
Department of Health and Social Care and the Environment Agency both contradict claims by HES that there is not enough clinical waste incineration capacity. But HES also accuses rivals of breaching storage regulations. The saga continues.
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 5
Looks like Gove is backing separate food waste collections - but will this be through the mandatory route, or will he try to woo local authorities with promises of extra cash?
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 5
The Chartered Institute of Environmental Health says it speaks for environmental health officers - but did it consult those at before creating a public health scare over four-weekly collections?
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 5
The clinical waste stockpiling scandal raises many questions - the most pertinent of which: is there enough specialist treatment capacity? Tradebe says 'yes'.
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 5
Yes, Paul, we would be happy to facilitate a head-to-head type discussion in our pages.
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 5
A council chief executive disagrees with LGC's editor on standardised collections... meanwhile Gove says he want to go ahead with harmonisation. Will English councils want to co-operate?
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 4
“It is very strange that Labour’s environmental policy paper does not have a section on recycling or mention anything to do with resource efficiency," says chief executive Simon Ellin.
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 3
My week on Twitter 🎉: 14 Mentions, 12.1K Mention Reach, 10 Likes, 8 Retweets, 5.41K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 1
Read our interview with UPM head of recovered paper sourcing and sales Simon Walker on how good MRFs can make money.
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 1
HSE re-runs its waste sector safety spot inspection campaign in a bid to reduce injury and deaths associated with accidents with heavy machinery and vehicles:
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MaterialsRecycling Oct 1
Tory party conference latest: Gove announces £15m project do redistribute commercial and retail food waste to the 'most deserving', but no direct mention of the resources and waste strategy.
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