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Electrical Waste Recycling Group rebrands as Waste Experts

Electrical Waste Recycling Group rebrands as Waste Experts

WASTE EXPERTS are transforming from a traditional waste management business into an environmental solutions provider encompassing total waste management, WEEE recycling, IT & asset disposal, compliance services and environmental consultancy. The Waste Experts name was chosen because it represents the very nature of the business. Waste Experts pride themselves on offering customers no nonsense guidance, best in...

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Scott Bros supports expanding Tees Valley Together with free skip service

Scott Bros supports expanding Tees Valley Together with free skip service

COMMUNITY group Tees Valley Together, which has moved into larger premises to meet a rising demand for food parcels, is expanding its service to include essentials for families across the Tees Valley. Established in response to the effects of Covid-19, it aims to support struggling Tees Valley residents through the pandemic and beyond. Needing more...

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CIWM releases waste sector COVID-19 report

CIWM releases waste sector COVID-19 report

CIWM and the University of Exeter have today published a report on the UK resources and waste sector response and resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic. The UK Waste Sector COVID-19 Response and Resilience Report draws on feedback from stakeholders across the sector, including relevant departments in the four UK governments, environmental regulators, local authority, private...

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McHale Plant Sales shares indications of recovering economy

McHale Plant Sales shares indications of recovering economy

SIGNS that the industry may be returning to something akin to normal, albeit tentatively, can be seen in a number of significant new deals that have been recorded in recent times. From McHale Plant Sales comes confirmation that Roadbridge, long a Komatsu owner, has moved to increase their already extensive fleet with the purchase of...

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CARS and MRE postponed until 15 – 16 September 2021

CARS and MRE postponed until 15 – 16 September 2021

THE Complete Auto Recycling Show (CARS) and Metals Recycling Event (MRE) has been postponed until 15 – 16 September 2021 at Stoneleigh Park, West Midlands. The event, which was planned for 18-19 November 2020, was originally scheduled to take place on 3 – 4 June 2020 but was rescheduled as a result of the coronavirus...

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RWM postponed until 2021

RWM postponed until 2021

THE waste and recycling sector’s biggest annual event, RWM, will not be taking place in 2020. ROAR B2B, the new owners of the show (working in partnership with CIWM) made the announcement earlier today. RWM 2020 was due to run 3 and 4 November after having been postponed from September. The next RWM event will...

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Integration plan announced for CIWM and WAMITAB

Integration plan announced for CIWM and WAMITAB

CIWM is announcing today (22 July 2020) the integration of WAMITAB, the awarding body for qualifications in the resources and waste sector, more closely into CIWM. The move is intended to strengthen the provision of relevant and fit-for-purpose qualifications, particularly for the resources and waste management sector. “Skills and professional competence are more important than...

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Scott Bros reacts to latest DIY demand for decorative chippings

Scott Bros reacts to latest DIY demand for decorative chippings

SCOTT Bros has responded to a recent surge in demand by lockdown DIYers for decorative chippings. The family-run firm – more used to providing recycled aggregates for major construction projects – is now supplying a growing number of domestic customers with a traditional 20mm white Cotswold stone as well as 20mm black basalt chippings.  Company...

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Reconomy say thanks to NHS with summer campaign

Reconomy say thanks to NHS with summer campaign

RECONOMY, the UK’s leading provider of outsourced waste and resource management services, is giving back to the NHS by supporting The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital Trust (SaTH). As part of their ‘say thanks this summer’ campaign, Reconomy will donate £5 for every new skip or container order placed by customers in July. The plan is...

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Workers rejoice as PM relaxes social distancing rules

Workers rejoice as PM relaxes social distancing rules

PRIME Minister Boris Johnson has announced today (23 June) that from 4 July, England will enter a new phase in lockdown. Under the new, more relaxed restrictions called ‘one meter plus’, the public are advised to remain two meters apart wherever possible but will be allowed to be as close as one meter if using...

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