Metals Sunday 4 December 2016
Defra has proposed new targets for paper, steel, aluminium and wood packaging 29 November 2016

Defra outlines proposed packaging targets to 2020

The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has today (29 November) outlined proposed recycling targets for paper, steel, aluminium and wood packaging up to 2020. [caption id="attachment_114666" align="...

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With news on: President and board of EuRIC elected; Ecosurety appoints board chair; Augean in directorate change, and; UKWSL welcomes supply chain manager.

With news on: APEAL raises awareness about steel benefits; Cawleys match charity fund raising; Anti-littering poster to feature on Herefordshire waste vehicles, and; Re3 paper and card campaign.

A Somerset scrapyard operator has agreed to cease operations at a site near Bath by the end of April 2017, due to Environment Agency action over noise from the site. Bidwell Metals Ltd, which operates a long-established scrap ...

With news on: South Devon College contract; Charity backs scrapyard reclamation; MEP in DS Smith visit, and; European paper recycling rate.

Metals recycling equipment manufacturer Lefort has offered a preview of its multi-product MTP 800 shredder, designed specifically for milling scrap metal prior to sorting and recycling. The new machine was on display at an open-...

Crews from Merseyside Fire & Rescue Service were today still at the site of a fire which broke out within the EMR metals recycling facility at Seaforth Docks, Sefton at around 11.20pm on Friday (21 October).  [...

Targets for the collection of packaging waste for recycling look likely to be met comfortably in 2016 – figures published for the third quarter of the year suggest, indicating that PRN prices across some materials could fall. ...

With news on: Litter clean up savings; Frugalpac coffee cup partnership deal; MetalMatters increases Warwick metal capture rate; Giant coffee cup bins for Manchester, and; Devon proposes Brynsworthy waste transfer station.

International steel and commodities business Liberty House Group has announced its plan to enter the UK’s ferrous and non-ferrous scrap markets.  Yesterday (10 October), Liberty House Group announced the launch of Liberty ...

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