The best features in recycling
22 May 2013
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Into the blue
Gunter Pauli, author of The Blue Economy: 100 Years, 100 Innovations, 100...
Redesigning wasteful products
One week left to nominate which wasteful items should be redesigned as part of...
Transparency all round
Smurfit Kappa’s Simon Weston on why reprocessors should also be willing to...
Waste summit to promote growth and investment
Defra and WRAP are today hosting a summit for private sector investors to promote growth in the waste management sector.
Recycling ‘value/action gap’ study
University of Exeter and Coca-Cola Enterprises launch study into the UK’s ‘value/action gap’ in regards to recycling.
Fracking up the country
Hydraulic fracturing has completely altered the US’s energy scene and could soon be coming to a county near you (Lancashire, to be exact). Libby Peake considers the...
Toying with Sustainability
Toys can provide hours of entertainment, but can be a disposal nightmare at their end of life. Annie Reece takes a look at how the toy industry has been playing around...
Return to sender
Deposit-refund schemes: some love them, some hate them. Resource sums up the main issues surrounding this contentious recycling issue
With co-mingling here to stay, MRFs will remain an integral part of the UK recycling scene. But how can they deliver the right quality of material? Will Simpson finds...
Defra seeks views on environmental regulations
Defra invites views on ‘Smarter Guidance’ for environmental regulations after finding it could save businesses over £10 billion.
Billboard converts air to 15,000 litres of water
A billboard designed to convert air humidity into water has produced 15,000 litres of water in six months.
MRWA launches £130,000 Community Fund
Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority launch £130,000 Community Fund to encourage recycling in local areas.
Calls for industry to audit food waste
Campaign group This is Rubbish calls for mandatory food waste audits to reduce supply chain waste.
Green Office Week begins
Office workers urged to take up environmental practices as Green Office Week 2013 kicks off.
News in Brief
Durham County Council HWRC contract, Greenbuild Award winners announced, Recolight urges public-sector to recycle more lamps, and more.
Plastic bottle recycling passes 50 per cent mark
UK bottle recycling surpassed 50 per cent mark in 2011 for the first time, finds plastic recycling charity Recoup.
Third phase of the Courtauld Commitment begins
Grocery brands pledge to cut 1.1 million tonnes of waste by 2015 as the third phase of the Courtauld Commitment begins.
ScotRail launches ‘major’ recycling trial
Transport body ScotRail launches ‘major’ trial at Scottish railway stations to encourage people to ‘recycle on the go’.
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