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Political parties must show ambition on delivering clean growth, urges CIWM

In a Resource Productivity Manifesto published this week by the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management, the Institution has called upon all political parties to commit in their manifestos to ensure that current environmental standards are maintained and that the UK continues to show ambition on ...





Waste depot opens in Edinburgh

A new, £9m waste depot is now in operation in Edinburgh and is expected to provide a single base for waste collection and street cleansing staff in the east of the city.





Two arrested in dawn raids

The Environment Agency and the police have carried out five dawn raids following an investigation into illegal dumping of waste. According to the Environment Agency, two people were arrested pending further enquiries. A third person is also said to be helping with enquiries.




Ancala Bioenergy acquires Biogen

Food waste to renewable energy specialist Biogen has revealed it has been acquired by Ancala Bioenergy, an infrastructure investment vehicle managed by Ancala Partners?. The anaerobic specialist was purchased for an undisclosed sum from joint venture shareholders Bedfordia Group and Kier Group.












Manchester company owner sentenced to 15 months in prison

A waste criminal whose actions resulted in the closure of the M60, polluted a river and blighted communities has been disqualified from being a company director for six years and sentenced to 15 months in prison. Barry Kilroe, shareholder and director of J25 Recycling Ltd, Recovered Fuels Shipping ...


UK's biggest coffee cup recycling scheme is unveiled

Workers in the City of London are being urged to use new recycling points established across London's Square Mile as part of the UK’s biggest push to date to tackle the issue of disposable coffee cup recycling.


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