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Environment Agency calls for collaborative crackdown on waste crime

The Environmental Services Association (ESA), and the Environment Agency (EA) have agreed to a new public-private collaborative approach to target illegal waste sites and improve the technical competence of the waste sector.

The “survival” of the UK’s resource and waste management industry depends on a new inspection regime for waste sites and improved cross-regulation cooperation, the report said

Report: England loses £600m a year on waste crime

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The education centre and main plant at the Farington facility which is set for closure

Two of Britain's largest recycling plants set to close

Lancashire County Council has revealed that a recent surge in national recycling rates along with the severe financial situation facing the local authority has contributed to the closure of two of Britain's biggest recycling plants.

The fund will see a crack down on environmental crime and target companies who are not compliant with various regulations

Environment Agency secures €640,000 to tackle waste crime

The Environment Agency will use €640,000 in funds from the European Union to develop a network aimed at stopping the illegal international shipping of waste.

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Budget 2015: 10 hopes for energy & environment

Elections are not won on environmental policy. That is the accepted wisdom. But sustainability professionals are, by their nature, an optimistic bunch, and have been vocal in laying out their demands for Wednesday's budget - the last of the current Parliament.

Waste industry heavyweights call on Government to establish an Office for Resource Management

Waste and resource management sector outlines key priorities for next Government

The major trade bodies representing the UK's waste management and recycling sector have written to the main political parties in England summarising the key policy proposals that they would like to see implemented after the May 2015 General Election.

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Five steps to tackle unethical supply chains

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