Reprocessors backing the "Real Recycling" campaign are considering new pricing systems for materials sorted from commingled collections. And, they have warned that unless quality of UK recyclables does not improve, they could ...

Jeff Cooper, chair of the UK section of the International Solid Waste Association, and a past president, reports on the recent ISWA congress held in Vienna Every year the International Solid Waste Association holds a world ...

The Environment Agency and WRAP are the waste and recycling industry to suggest new waste materials which could potentially be added to the list of Quality Protocols guidance clarifying when a waste is no longer a waste....

Urban planners and architects should exploit the opportunities of using recycled materials for construction and landscaping, according to the Clean Merseyside Centre. The market development agency highlighted the potential benefits to ...

Guidance setting out the requirements for the separate collection of recyclables has been published by the Welsh Government today (December 17).

Plans for all local authorities in England to collect the same core set of dry recyclable materials, alongside a separate weekly food waste collection, have been outlined by the government today. The measures form part of Defra’...

Norwich-based services company May Gurney has appointed Lesley Letts as its first full-time recovered materials manager.Ms Letts, who currently works for paper mill Aylesford Newsprint, is due to join the company in April ...

A failure to develop domestic markets in Ireland for reprocessing recyclable materials has severely exposed the Irish recycling and waste export sector to the fall in the value of recyclables, a report has claimed.