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22 May 2013
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Not so simple
Though DRSs sound like a good idea, they’re not always as straightforward and...
Zero Waste Scotland recently launched nine pilot projects that reward consumers...
Transparency all round
Smurfit Kappa’s Simon Weston on why reprocessors should also be willing to...
Return to sender
Deposit-refund schemes: some love them, some hate them. Resource sums up the main issues surrounding this contentious recycling issue
Banking on deposits
South Australia has a very established deposit-refund scheme that has been operating since the ’70s. Susanna Prouse finds out how the system has evolved and whether...
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...
Family ran ‘massive’ illegal waste operation
Eight members of an extended family admit running a ‘massive’ illegal waste operation in Cornwall.
Waste exports need ‘greater enforcement’
Industry calls for ‘greater enforcement efforts’ on waste exports, in response to Defra’s shipment of waste consultation.
Banbridge recycling change judicial review
The judicial hearing into the legality of Banbridge Council’s decision to bring recycling service ‘in house’ continues.
Scottish MRF to close due to low recyclate value
Avondale’s Polmont materials recovery facility is set to close due to falling ‘volume and value of recyclates’.
APSRG event highlights packaging concerns
Attendees of the APSRG event discuss optimising packaging and levelling the PRN/PERN playing field.
Recresco to open glass recycling plant in Kent
Recresco has announced plans to open a new glass recycling plant in Kent following £5.5 million investment from HSBC.
EU glass recycling now over 70 per cent
Average glass recycling rate in EU has risen over 70 per cent for first time, says European Container Glass Federation.
No appeal in co-mingling Judicial Review
Claimants in the Judicial Review into co-mingled collections say they will not appeal the judge’s verdict.
Results of ‘largest ever’ litter count revealed
Over 37,000 pieces of litter were counted in Keep Britain Tidy’s ‘largest ever’ litter count, the charity reveals.
Wales publishes recyclables destinations report
A new report showing the primary destinations of household recycling has been published by the Welsh Government.
Zero tolerance approach
With a large population and only a little bit of land, the island of Taiwan has had to be clever to ensure it isn’t overrun by waste. Jenny Dye learns about the country’...
East Herts set for £2.6 million recycling change
East Herts District Council to implement £2.6 million recycling change in autumn in hopes of making ‘recycling easier’.
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