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In the second in our FCC Environment-sponsored Resource Revolution leader video interview series, John Lewis Partnership's recycling and waste operations manager, Mike Walters, offers a compelling retail perspective on how corporate resource efficiency is reshaping the waste supply chain.
Following the publication of edie's recent White Paper, he forecasts a dramatic change for the waste sector in 20 years' time, in which more on-site diversion and treatment solutions are adopted to cut down on logistics and where disposal costs for businesses are replaced by income streams.
"I don't think there will be something called waste, I think there will be end-of-first-life materials ... that's a phrase we are adopting now within our business."
ADBA's chief executive Charlotte Morton outlines why higher recycling targets and a greater emphasis on source-segregated waste collections is important for maximising the biogas output of anaerobic digestion.
Anna Gledhill, recycling officer at the Metropolitan Police Service talks about some of the recycling and waste minimisation initiatives the organisation is involved in.
This video (from 2008) shows how Cargotec's Hiab load handling solutions offering can make your work more efficient and even make some miracles happen. It presents Hiab loader cranes, Hiab Loglift and Hiab Jonsered forestry and recycling cranes, Hiab Multilift demountable systems, Hiab Moffett truck-mounted forklifts, as well as Zepro and Focolift tail lifts.
Coca Cola Enterprises talks about how closed loop models for packaging materials is raising the bar for brand reputation in the third of our Resource Revolution thought leader video interview series.
Patrick McGuirk, recycling director for Coca Cola Enterprises (CCE), says that securing the supply of recycled materials in a local, sustainable manner to put back into remanufacture is now a pressing priority and a key CSR driver behind investing in its own reprocessing infrastructure.