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The Pros and Cons of Working with a Single Waste Management Supplier

As businesses grow and production of goods increases every day, one of the biggest problems we face today is proper waste control and waste management. Indeed, no company can claim to be completely efficient in ensuring that it does not produce any waste or all of its […]

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Incentives for Businesses to Adapt to Waste Management and Recycling

Today, with the rapid growth in industrialization as well as innovative technology becoming available, Europe has seen a new wave of growth and prosperity. However, there are some harmful effects caused to people and the environment in general by rapid industrialization. One of the downsides is the […]

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WRAP braced for Defra review

WRAP to Face the Chill of Review and Further Reduction in Funding from DEFRA The slashing of the budgets of Waste and Resources Action Program (WRAP), the official body of UK waste strategies, continues for yet another year 2013-14. DEFRA announced the budget for the administration and […]

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The Aftermath of Comingled Waste Controversy and Judicial Review

The long awaited judgement regarding the transposition of the revised Waste Framework Directives (rWFD) in the legislation of the government of England and Wales came earlier this year on March 6th. The ruling is in favour of the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) and […]

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Clinical Waste Collection and Management Starts at Home

The number of medical facilities and nursing homes in our surroundings are growing exponentially and so is increasing the amount of the clinical and healthcare waste with every passing. This has made clinical waste collection and management as another necessity for physical well being. It is very […]

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Europe’s Reforming Waste Management: from Landfill to Recycling

The advancement in technology and industrialization in Europe has resulted in a wealthy society. But it is said that there are two sides to every coin. The downside of this tremendous growth is the degradation of the environment and the generation of tonnes and tonnes of dump […]

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Waste sector will ‘die out’ unless it embraces rapid change

The waste industry must recreate it self in readiness for a circular economy if it is to have a bright future, prominent policy-makers and economists have cautioned. At the opening session of the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management’s (CIWM) annual conference in June a group of resource […]

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WRAP Plan for UK without Waste

WRAP revealed their business plan for 2011-15 back in October 2011. What this means for local authorities, and the waste and resource management industry. The vision behind the business plan is ultimately a world without waste, In order to achieve that the two priorities within the plan […]

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No Waste by 2020

EU Roadmap Will Ensure That Waste is Managed as a Resource By 2020 There is a lot that goes on within EU government administration that will have a big impact on the lives of the average person in years to come, last summer the EU publication titled […]

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London 2012 Olympics

The Olympic Games is the world’s largest event. It involves thousands of athletes and officials, millions of visitors and can attract as many as a billion viewers worldwide. Whilst the eyes of the world settle on London there will be a huge logistical operation going on in […]

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