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16 June 2021

Amey makes ‘good progress’ on waste contract sales

Infrastructure services provider Amey says it made “good progress” on the disposal of its waste collections businesses in 2020 after announcing its intention to leave the sector last year. Amey UK plc published its accounts for 2020 yesterday (15 June). The company’s waste collections division’s revenue was £84.8 ...

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The Leeds-based WasteCare Group announced yesterday (15 June) that it is to consolidate its three producer compliance schemes under the umbrella of a single company. The schemes it runs for batteries, packaging and waste ...

Exeter-based waste management company Coastal Recycling is now 100% employee-owned, after establishing an Employee Ownership Trust (EOT) to take over the company. The Trust, which is operated for the benefit of all employees...

Birmingham city council said today (15 June) it is to roll out a fleet of 'mobile' household waste and recycling centres (HWRCs) as part of efforts to reduce fly-tipping. The £1.4 million initiative will see four units of mobile ...

This year’s rising stars of the waste and recycling industry have been announced as part of the 35-under-35 awards. More than 130 entries were received from across the UK waste and recycling sector, and an independent ...

Waste management firm Wastewise has been awarded an initial three-year contact worth £1 million a year to treat mixed garden and food waste from Derby city council. The contract, which has the option of a two-year extension, will...

Biffa has increased the throughput at its soil treatment facility at the Skelton Grange Landfill Site near Leeds by 20,000 tonnes to 50,000 tonnes per year. In its application to vary its permit Biffa said the increased throughput...

Recycling minister Rebecca Pow said on 11 June that more consistent recycling collections in England would enable all households and businesses to recycle rigid plastic packaging. Mrs Pow was responding to a written parliamentary ...

Peterborough-based haulage company BRC Haulage Ltd and its director have been ordered to pay £9,923 for "moving waste in and out of an illegal waste site" in Fineshade, Northamptonshire.  In a statement published on 11 June, the...

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