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08 Dec 2013
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Site waste management plans: just as Defra consults on scrapping them, the...
Man imprisoned for 16 months for waste offences
Leicestershire man sentenced to 16 months imprisonment for running an illegal...
Labour would ban food waste from landfill
The Labour Party would ban food waste from landfill if it were to come into...
Illegal exports have been a hot topic lately, as domestic reprocessors highlight their detrimental impact, governments consult on changing regulations, and authorities...
Recycling firm fined £250,000 for worker’s death
Nolan Recycling fined £250,000 for ‘serious safety breaches’ after a worker dies from crush injuries at its Pyle site.
No packaging levy for Ireland
Due to costs, Ireland will not be introducing a packaging levy ‘at this time’, says Environment Minister Phil Hogan.
‘Serious work needed’ for a ‘credible’ WPP
‘Serious’ work is needed if government is to deliver a ‘credible’ waste prevention plan for England, warns the ESA.
Impetus Waste Management fined for odour offence
Waste storage company Impetus Waste Management, to pay £14,400 for failing to contain ‘offensive odours’ at Wallsend site.
DOE NI opens food waste-to-landfill consultation
The Department of the Environment Northern Ireland has launched a consultation on restricting food waste landfilling.
DOE NI crack down on waste crime
Northern Ireland’s Department of the Environment holds ‘day of action’ to crack down on waste criminality.
Lord de Mauley reports on waste developments
Lord de Mauley releases details of work undertaken by Defra following its first Waste Investment Symposium.
CEPI warns of the ‘end of paper recycling’
The Confederation of European Paper Industries has barricaded the EC in protest of its plans to ‘end paper recycling’.
Industry responds to EU waste targets consultation
Members of the waste and resources industry respond to the European Commission’s consultation on waste management targets.
Incinerator correspondence to be made public
Correspondence detailing Environment Agency concerns over the Moorwell incinerator is to be made public.
Northern Ireland will not double carrier bag levy
Northern Ireland’s carrier bag levy will stay at five pence, despite proposed legislation to double the charge next year.
Companies prosecuted for mixing hazardous waste
The Environment Agency has prosecuted two companies for mixing hazardous waste with compost to spread on agricultural land.
ZWS launches Waste Regulations campaign
Zero Waste Scotland launches campaign to raise awareness of new waste regulations, set to come into force in 2014.
Welsh authorities surpass landfill targets
Local authorities in Wales surpassed landfill reduction targets by 22 per cent, finds Landfill Allowances Scheme report.
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