News Friday 24 January 2020
24 January 2020

Norfolk to reduce waste sent to Great Blakenham

Norfolk county council has come to an agreement with Suffolk county council which will allow for some of its residual waste to continue to be treated as part of the latter’s waste contract with Suez. While the current arrangement, which runs to 2021, sees 40,000 tonnes per year sent to Suez’s Great Blakenham plant, the ...

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19 December 2000

CRN in consultation over distribution means for £50m of recycling funds

 

The Community Recycling Network (CRN) is set to seek a possible management role for some of the community recycling and composting activities to be funded in the UK by the New Opportunities Fund. Consultation is being carried out now by the...

18 December 2000

Meacher to face committee again as key adviser departs

 

Environment Minister Michael Meacher is to return to face members of the parliamentary select committee on Thursday supported by his top waste strategy adviser who leaves the job the next day. Cath Shaw, who has helped ...

18 December 2000

Suspended jail sentence for Chester man in golf course waste trial

 

Continued dumping of non-inert waste at a golf course has seen a Chester man sentenced to three months' imprisonment, suspended for twelve months. Sentencing was given at Cardiff High Court on December 14 after the man, ...

18 December 2000

Aylesford paper machine sets two records for production and efficiency

 

Aylesford Newsprint has reported that it has established a new mill speed record, achieving 1,666 metres per minute, compared to its previous best of 1,655. And, the company has also set a new world record for newsprint ...

15 December 2000

Christmas-style opening for education centre at Rockware glassworks

 

The Bard of Barnsley and children's poet Ian McMillan, joined Father Christmas and children from Darrington Primary School this week to mark the opening of the UK’s first glass recycling education centre. The centre, ...

14 December 2000

Agency prosecutes Newcastle and CHP business over Byker incinerator ash

 

The Environment Agency today announced that it will prosecute two organisations as a result of its ten-month “Byker ash” investigation in Newcastle. Newcastle City Council will face 15 charges, and a company called Contract Heat and Power ...

14 December 2000

Germany&#39s RWE confirms plans to expand in UK recycling and waste sector

 

Europe’s third largest waste business which is owned by Germany’s utility giant RWE, intends to expand in the UK, it was confirmed this week. Speaking exclusively to letsrecycle.com, Peter Hofinger, business development ...

14 December 2000

January OFT consultation possible for end-of -life vehicle proposals

 

Vehicle manufacturers working with the ACORD recycling group are close to drawing up proposals for a possible funding mechanism to pay for much higher recycling rates for end-of-life vehicles. A presentation on a collective ...

13 December 2000

Recycling reduction to be considered for Special Waste Regulations fees

 

The government has announced that a number of changes to the Special Waste Regulations 1996 are being considered for several reasons. A consultation paper will be issued early next year with the changes likely to come into ...