Smarter Recycling Facilities Key to Avoiding the Chop 07.06.2018 15:39 TOMRA E-Book: A Practical Guide to Meeting China’s National Sword for Recycling Firms TOMRA Sorting Recycling has published an e-book containing advice on how to meet the tough new rules for sending recyclable materials to China. read more … Tabib Toxic Waste Services Buys Second Photoionisation Detector 29.03.2018 13:02 Isreali Firm Acquires New Detector for VOCs from Hazardous Waste To ensure the safe export of hazardous waste from a new hazardous waste transfer station in Israel, Tabib Toxic Waste Services has purchased a second Tiger handheld photoionisation detector from Ion Science. read more … Maxilead Metals Reports Growing Demand for Exported Scrap Metal to Region 20.03.2018 14:03 Southeast Asian Metal Recycling Market Picking Up As China Clamps Down Growing demand from Southeast Asia for ferrous metal exports has been reported by Lancashire-based scrap metal recycling firm Maxilead Metals. read more … Extraordinary Restrictions Adversely Impacting Recycling Programs 16.01.2018 13:43 SWANA Disappointed as Chinese Government Finalises Waste Import Restrictions SWANA has expressed disappointment with China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) decision to finalise a quality standard of 0.5% for certain imported recyclables. read more … The UK’s Recycling Association Calls Target “Unrealistic” 22.08.2017 13:27 China Urged to raise Proposed 0.3% Contamination Level for Recycled Bales The Recycling Association has criticised a Chinese government proposal to drop the allowed contamination levels for imports of bales for recycling to 0.3% as "unrealistic". read more … London Waste to Supply 30% of Fuel for Geminor’s 91MW Stockholm WtE Plant 04.04.2017 13:30 Powerday Deal to Export 170,000 tonnes of RDF to Swedish Waste to Energy Firm London waste and recycling firm, Powerday, has commenced a new contract with Northern European waste to energy company, Geminor, for the export of 170,000 tonnes of RDF to Sweden. read more … Unlikely to Change Until New UK Incinerators Come Online 20.11.2015 13:29 ISWA Blog: European Waste to Energy Plants Running at Capacity David Newman, ISWA President, explains that Northern European waste to energy plants are now running at full capacity and gate fees are rising. read more …
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