Commodities Wednesday 21 February 2018
16 January 2018

Compact Solutions

While much of the media focus on China’s impending Plastic import ban is geared towards authorities, industry professionals, and recycling companies, it will inevitably have a consequence on all waste handlers further down the line, commercial and ...

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19 December 2017

Waste Commodities Predictions 2018

 

As China’s import restrictions get in to full swing where will all the unwanted material go? Following China’s decision in the summer to stop importing unsorted plastic and paper waste, finding a home for this type of material...

3 November 2017

Mr Moffett loves the jobs you hate

 

As recycling shifts from a fashionable buzzword to a mandatory task set out by regulatory or legal bodies, commercial organisations are increasingly engaged in concerted efforts to improve internal waste management processes. Recognising such ...

2 October 2017

High Quality Recycling Is Key

 

Even today with all the technology we have available in the recycling sector, too much business waste is ending up in landfill, costing the UK economy millions of pounds. A lot of this waste if managed correctly by organisations could be treated as a...

14 August 2017

How long will the doors stay open?

 

Adam Clover, director at Mick George Commodities, looks at the impact China's import ban will have on the global commodities market. On July 18, China notified the World Trade Organisation that it would stop accepting ...

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