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Shanks signals intent with expansion into Cumbria and Wakefield

Shanks continue its penetration into the municipal waste market by securing one new contract and delivering on an existing one.

Carpet waste diversion up 30% as demand for recovery grows

Recovery of carpet waste has accelerated over the past 12 months due to sustained efforts across the supply chain in capturing this material stream.

Community reuse hubs of the future could be sited at HWRCs

Household waste recycling centres (HWRCs) could be transformed into localised resource recovery parks designed around the waste hierarchy, where reuse is the ultimate goal.

Scotland 'perfect' investment choice for recycling

Scotland's reprocessing industry is becoming an increasingly attractive market to invest in as a new wave of funding was announced today to boost the country's recycling infrastructure and collection systems.

Trade waste HWRCs 'not utopia solution' warns LGA

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Eco Sustainable Solutions secures waste wood contract

Veolia Environmental Services has awarded organics recycling firm Eco Sustainable Solutions (ESS) with a three-year contract to handle waste wood.

But is it waste?

Libby Cooper (Clarkslegal LLP), Sue Davidson (SJ Berwin LLP) and Hilary Stone (Brunel University) ponder on the true definition of waste

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