Report 2021-03-01 12:31:35 This is how the UK resources and waste sector performed during the pandemic CIWM and the University of Exeter have published a report on the UK resources and waste sector response and resilience during the COVID-19 pandemic. read more ... Guest Blog 2021-03-01 12:10:06 Medical Waste Treatment Lessons from the COVID-19 Outbreak in Wuhan Mr Gong Wei explores the lessons we can learn about the need for adequate medical waste disposal capacity from the experiences of Wuhan and New York City. read more ... Acquisition 2021-02-10 12:00:25 Veolia Makes Offer for Full Acquisition of Waste & Recycling Giant Suez The Veolia group is filing a tender offer for the entire share capital of fellow French waste to energy and environmental services giant, Suez. read more ... Nova School of Business & Economics launch deposit return scheme 2020-10-21 15:15:30 Portuguese University Kicks Off Campus Recycling with TOMRA Deposit Return System TOMRA and the Nova School of Business & Economics (SBE) in Cascais, outside Lisbon, have partnered to launch a deposit return scheme for greater on-campus recycling and sustainability. read more ... Programme Finalised for ISWA’s Digital Event for Waste & Recycling Professionals 2020-09-04 15:59:54 Rethinking Waste: The Global Resource Expo and Forum ISWA & WMW are excited to present the complete Keynote Programme for Rethinking Waste: The Global Resource Expo and Forum. read more ... Veolia Aims to Create “French world champion in ecological transformation” 2020-09-01 15:31:26 Veolia Puts in Acquisition Bid for Fellow French Waste & Recycling Giant SUEZ Veolia has made a firm offer to French gas and power utility Engie for the acquisition of 29.9% of the Suez shares. Both firms operate hundreds of recycling, biowaste, biogas, waste to energy and landfill operations around the world. read more ... GB Railfreight Lines Help Cut Carbon Footprint of Waste Transport 2020-08-18 13:16:12 Biffa Cuts CO2 Emissions from Transporting Waste Materials to Landfill by 6600 tonnes with Rail UK based waste and recycling firm, Biffa, has saved 6600 tonnes of CO2 emissions by switching to the use of rail links for the transportation of predominantly inert waste material to its facilities. read more ...
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