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December 2004

Lars-Olle Larsson, chairman of the FEE Sustainability Assurance Group, says assurance is key to the development of CSR reporting
Leading supplier of municipal and industrial cleaning equipment, Euromec, earlier this year introduced the Powerflex 2100, a multi-purpose grounds and facility maintenance machine.
Following the Landfill Directive, the British public and local authorities are being pressurised to recycle more and more. Paul Ekins, Head of the Environment Group at the Policy Studies Institute and Professor of Sustainable Development at the University of Westminster, takes a closer look at the g
» Probation service adds anti-graffiti project
» Bite size chunks
» Mayor urges Londoners to recycle more
» Readers' digesters
» Hagglunds drives into heavy duty composting
» Schmidt sweeps in at Portsmouth and Luton
» The landfill challenge: changing our wasteful ways


December 2003

Edward Perry and Jennifer Boniface of Golder Associates, highlight the issues, facing industry, surrounding the new landfill regulations.
Is MBT the solution to meeting the Landfill Directive?
By Pat Wheeler and Dr Neil Varey, AEA Technology.
By Tina Perfrement, Market Development Manager, London Remade
» Making the markets work


December 2000

Or: Who to train, by whom, and effective strategies for avoiding "the anorak effect". By Andy Ellis, Sypol.
Extra 3ft of height on the cab of this JCB JS160 gives a view into waste containers for Sheehan's operatorsJCB, the major British manufacturer of construction, agricultural and industrial materials handling equipment, highlights its commitment to the waste handling and waste management industries through an extensive range of established and recently introduced machines tailored for the waste sector
Bucher Scorling Unifant 50 sweeper body mounted on the Unimog 400A leading designer and manufacturer of mobile vacuum sweepers, Bucher Schorling, has designed and developed a new demountable sweeper body for the Unimog U400, one of the new generation of Mercedes-Benz all-wheel drive implement carriers.
» Foam dispute bubbles away
» Profits of doom
» Red ochre trapped in reed beds
» Ceramics avoid dioxin reformation
» Making a utilitarian purchase
» Market leading sweeper manufacturer makes major investment in the future
» Tracked excavator boosts waste handling capability at Basingstoke


December 1995