News Thursday 19 September 2019
19 September 2019

Coca Cola to swap plastic wrap for cardboard

Coca-Cola European Partners will stop using plastic shrink-wrap on its multi-pack cans sold in Great Britain over the next 18 months, using a cardboard outer sleeve instead. The new cardboard multipacks will be introduced on four, six and eight packs of cans across all brands, including Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Fanta, Sprite, Dr ...

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12 September 2019

Cornwall to spend £62m on collection contract

 

Cornwall council will put up to £62 million more into its household waste collection and cleansing contract in an effort to boost its recycling rates. The contract will see new vehicles and facilities acquired, as well as ...

12 September 2019

Quality concern over council’s commingled switch

 

North Warwickshire’s decision to end twin-stream collections and switch to commingled has prompted criticism from the paper industry, which has branded it a “short-term move”. The borough council will no longer collect ...

11 September 2019

Biffa reports ‘solid growth’ in half-year update

 

Waste services firm Biffa says its trading in the first six months of the 2019/20 financial year has “been in line with board's expectations”, in a six-month trading update issued today. The announcement comes ahead of its ...

11 September 2019

WRAP reports plot increases in packaging volumes

 

Volumes of glass, paper, card and steel packaging placed onto the market in the UK are likely to have increased by around 4%, and aluminium packaging by 11%, reports published by WRAP this week suggest. The reports, compiled by ...

11 September 2019

The impact of changing consumer behaviour

 

OPINION: Ahead of the upcoming September 19 webinar discussing ‘The impact of changing consumer behaviour and the importance of effective engagement’ Reconomy’s head of sustainability and social value, Diane Crowe, looks at how heightened ...

11 September 2019

‘Greater transparency’ needed for textile bank donations

 

A charity textile recycler has called for greater transparency over where clothing ends up when it is deposited in textile banks. The recommendation from TRAID comes on the back of a survey it commissioned with YouGov which found ...

11 September 2019

Villiers offers reassurance over Environment Bill

 

Environment Secretary Theresa Villiers has underlined the importance of passing the Environment Bill and pledged to carry on much of the work of her predecessor Michael Gove. Ms Villiers made the comments as she was questioned by ...

11 September 2019

Rebecca Pow joins Defra in further reshuffle

 

The Taunton Deane MP Rebecca Pow has joined the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), following the former Resources and Waste Minister Therese Coffey’s move to the DWP this week. In other changes confirmed...

10 September 2019

Ministers outline Scottish DRS legislation

 

Scottish ministers have published draft legislation for the establishment of the Deposit Return Scheme (DRS) in the country, with an expected start date of 1 April 2021. As previously reported, Scotland’s DRS plans centre on an...

 
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