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20 May 2013
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Axion makes ‘first’ post-consumer plastic for toys
Axion Polymers develops ‘first post-consumer recycled plastic’ that is safe...
Human wastes are largely viewed as unpleasant, dangerous stuff, but could they...
Dressed to kill pollution
Annie Reece slips into some pollution-busting clothing and wonders if it's...
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.
Shanks signs waste contract with Glasgow Airport
Shanks Group plc signs five-year contract with Glasgow Airport to help it ‘reduce waste collections by 75 per cent’.
£21 million awarded for green innovation
The Department for Energy and Climate Change awards £21 million to businesses for ‘innovative low carbon products’.
WRAP launches mobile phone app to fight food waste
WRAP has launched a new app designed to reduce food waste, as part of its Love Food Hate Waste campaign.
Chatham House highlights European fracking issues
Senior research fellow at Chatham House suggests European ‘shale gas revolution’ is ‘unlikely’ to occur ‘any time soon’.
Ecover to recycle plastic from ocean debris
Ecover and Closed Loop Recycling launch initiative to create packaging from recycled plastic collected from UK seas.
News in brief
Goole docks cleared, Palm Recycling MRF, Taylor Slam-Lock, Shanks Wakefield service, Cambridge WEEE event.
Changes made to DECC RHI energy scheme
DECC announces changes to Renewable Heat Incentive scheme for the non-domestic sector.
News in brief
A round-up of news stories from the recycling and waste industry from the past week.
Scotland to decarbonise electricity generation
Scottish government sets target to cut carbon emissions from its electricity generation by over four-fifths by 2030.
Application approved for Glasgow recycling centre
Glasgow City Council approves Viridor’s application to build a recycling and renewable energy centre in Polmadie.
UK’s low-carbon innovation 'faltering'
Green Alliance calls for government to take low-carbon innovation seriously to stimulate growth and avoid paying more to decarbonise.
Spinning a Yarn
Textile workers rejoice at Imogen Hedges' un-knitting machine.
BA and Solena to produce sustainable jet fuel
British Airways invests $500 million in biofuel, the ‘largest advanced biofuel commitment ever made by an airline’.
Old car tyres to be used to hamper hurricane force
British marine engineer Stephen Salter has proposed reusing old car tyres to weaken the force of strong storms and hurricanes.
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Novelis in Milan
Javelin Park alternatives
Abbey Metals fined
Shanks Group profit loss
Energy From Waste
Coring the Big Apple
Puzzling over incineration
The embedded energy equation
Clamouring to get in the box
Europe & World
Off the Wall
Business & Industry
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