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Fourth phase of retailer WEEE take-back scheme opens

Electronics retailers are being urged to register for the fourth phase of the waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) Distributor Take-back Scheme (DTS), which runs until the end of 2019. The Scheme was set up under the ...

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Guidance has been issued for organisations seeking to submit proposals for a waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) compliance fee methodology that will help to determine how the fee is set for 2016. And, Defra has ...

A man convicted of committing waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) evidence fraud worth up to £2.2 million was handed a seven year and six month jail sentence at Leeds Crown Court on Friday (July 15).

A fall in demand for waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) evidence has impacted on the collection of material from local authority civic amenity sites. As a consequence of the demand change, Bexley council is believed ...

Local authorities should seek to ‘exploit’ the financial opportunity presented by accepting trade waste at household waste recycling centres (HWRCs), a waste consultant has claimed. The comments came from Paul Morgan, ...

News on: WRAP Cymru holds food waste talks; lamp recycling service extended; Scottish Recycle Week announced; government policy warning; and Neath side waste policy.

Collection data for the first quarter of 2016 published by the Environment Agency shows that the UK has made progress towards meeting its WEEE recycling target for the year. The provisional data, which has been available via ...

News on: Two new Ellgia directors; Axion appoints operations manager; Jaume Escoriza joins Luxus; New Recolight directors, and; Untha appoints shredder specialist.

With news on: Oxfordshire pupils celebrate accolade; Thurtle's online booking launched; Liverpool recycling centre recognised; Schools chosen for recycling campaign; and power plant project progresses.

Milton Keynes-based waste management Shanks, which has waste operations in the UK and in Holland and Belgium, today asked for its shares to be suspended while it considers buying continental competitor, Van Gansewinkel Groep BV. ...

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