Business

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Launch of new container rental firm

A new business has been launched to provide all organisations, from private sector contractors to local authorities, the opportunity to rent waste containers instead of buying them.


Lympstone Manor opts for Coastal Recycling

Coastal Recycling, a south-west based independent recycling and waste management specialist, has won a contract to deliver a complete recycling solution for country house hotel, Lympstone Manor, the vision of chef Michael Caines MBE.






CoGen signs feedstock agreement with N+P Group

CoGen’s 26.5MWe RDF advanced waste gasification treatment facility on an industrial site at Hooton Park in Hooton, Cheshire, is reported to have moved a step closer to the start of construction with the signing of the feedstock agreement with Dutch alternative fuel supplier N+P Group.


Renewi secures 20-year off-take contract

Waste-to-product company, Renewi has won a 20-year contract to supply refuse derived fuel (RDF) to the new Ferrybridge Multifuel 2 (FM2) facility which is currently under construction in the UK.




UK waste management contracting market decreased in 2016, says report

The UK waste management contracting market, which includes collection, treatment & disposal and materials recovery, was estimated to have decreased slightly in 2016 compared to the previous year, according to the ‘Waste Management Market Report – UK 2017-2021 Analysis’ report published by AMA ...



Ball pledges funding support for MetalMatters

The Aluminium Packaging Recycling Organisation (Alupro) has announced that Ball Corporation is becoming a direct funding partner of MetalMatters; the packaging industry’s communications programme in the UK which aims to boost the capture rates for metal packaging collected at kerbside.



Joint Waste Solutions to manage waste for four Surrey Councils

Joint Waste Solutions has been unveiled as the new organisation formed to manage waste collection for four Surrey councils. This follows the announcement in December that Amey was awarded the contract which is expected to save the councils in Elmbridge, Woking, Surrey Heath and Mole Valley around ...