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Wales: The new laws that could see you fined or face court for not separating recycling

Wales: The new laws that could see you fined or face court for not separating recycling

A new workplace recycling law will be implemented throughout Wales starting this weekend. Effective Saturday, 6th April, all businesses, charities and public sector organisations will be required to segregate their waste for recycling. The new system will mirror the segregated recycling system already in place in many households across Wales. The Welsh Government has introduced...

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Economy in transition: Challenges and opportunities for European industry in 2024

Economy in transition: Challenges and opportunities for European industry in 2024

Looking ahead to 2024: a year full of challenges for the European economy but also lucrative opportunities. How companies can master the wave of change and discover new opportunities for growth and efficiency with clever digitalisation and automation as well as the smart use of used machinery. In 2023, the European economy was heavily impacted...

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Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) scheme deferred for a year until October 2025

Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) scheme deferred for a year until October 2025

After consulting with the industry and acknowledging the financial strain on consumers and businesses during the current economic climate, the implementation of new regulations requiring packaging producers to cover recycling costs will be postponed by a year from October 2024 to 2025. The Government will utilise this extra time to collaborate further with the industry...

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GJF Fabrications receives local MP

GJF Fabrications receives local MP

GJF FABRICATIONS was delighted to welcome Aldridge-Brownhills MP Wendy Morton to the business to discuss their ongoing investment developments and growth strategy. Ms Morton was given a tour of their manufacturing plant at the Chase Link, Brownhills site, to see first-hand how GJF has adapted its production processes post-pandemic. GJF, which opened in 1988, designs...

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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...