Garside Sands, part of Aggregate Industries, recently supplied over 2,400 tonnes of Slowfil Sand to Thames Water to improve its water quality for customers
Axion Consulting has suggested that developments in marker technologies for sorting plastic packaging could be valuable for increasing recycling rates.
Reconomy has outlined ways to safeguard your profit margins against the plummeting pound and increased materials and construction waste costs.
A total of 474,411 tonnes of waste PVC was recycled through Recovinyl last year, with 16 European countries taking part in the scheme. 160 companies across Europe are currently involved in the Recovinyl scheme The UK performed highly, contributing to over 20% of the total. In addition to this, waste PVC-U profiles comprised over half[…]
Recofloor waste vinyl flooring recycling Awards Recofloor waste vinyl flooring recycling celebrated at Awards Recofloor Awards 2015 – Gold Award winners More than 70 flooring industry delegates attended to receive their trophies and certificates from guest host, England rugby legend and former British Lions captain Bill Beaumont praised the outstanding’ work of the UK’s award-winning[…]
Outsourced waste management and recycling services Reconomy appointed by Lend Lease to help achieve ambitious waste targets At the heart of Reconomy’s business philosophy are two key strategies: segregation of waste streams to optimise landfill diversion providing financial management and reduction techniques that bring down the overall cost of waste for the customer 98% landfill[…]
CRUK’s next landfill diversion target is 60% by the year 2020, and companies are invited to get involved in finding new outlets for their waste carpet.
The CIWM awards celebrate industry professionals who prepare clear, informative and interesting presentations.
The plastic torso was produced for the Identiplast 2013 conference using 50% recycled post-consumer flexible films and prepared in a roto-moulding process to demonstrate the benefits of converting plastic waste back into high quality products. The project was part of research funded by the Waste & Resources Action Programme to find new end applications for[…]
A mechanical biological treatment (MBT) and anaerobic digestion (AD) plant at Bolton Road, Manvers is due to open by 2015, with Wrightstyle supplying and installing around 280 square metres of heavy duty-steel glazing systems, including curtain walling, doors, screens and windows, complete with thermal glazing. Work will be undertaken at operational and workshop facilities, in[…]