Hotel owners are leaving themselves vulnerable to rising energy prices by not negotiating effectively enough when entering new electricity and gas contracts.
Plans to divert over one million mattresses from landfill by 2012 are underway with the opening of a new recycling facility in Telford.
BiogenGreenfinch has been granted planning permission for an anaerobic digestion (AD) plant near Baldock, Hertfordshire.
Donated clothing for recycling hit an all-time high over the past trading year with Britain's largest textiles recycler, the Salvation Army Trading Company (SATCoL), collecting over 35,000 tonnes of material.
Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles has upheld an appeal by SITA to build an energy-from-
waste plant in St Austell after it was refused planning permission by Cornwall Council.
Shredder technology is continually evolving to meet changing demands as waste processing grows more sophisticated, says Julian Heyworth
Extracting best value out of service provision and treatment options is now the biggest challenge facing council waste departments. Adam Read and Sarahjane Widdowson offer some advice
First signatories to WRAP deal lead the charge to waste reduction
Increasing numbers of bales are being rejected at paper mills due to contamination levels. Tim Price explores the delicate balancing act of driving up recycling levels while maintaining quality
EcoSheet is a ground-breaking plywood replacement board made entirely from waste plastics. Mike Gerber paid a visit to 2K Manufacturing to see how it's done
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