What Waste Management Training is Right for your Organisation? 20.10.2017 12:56 FIVE Ways to Improve Waste Management for Businesses With national recycling targets rising, packaging and recycling firm, DS Smith has highlighted five ways for businesses to Improve waste management… read more … Affordable IoT Technology Beneffiting Waste & Recycling Industry 17.10.2017 13:47 BLOG: Delivering Clean Streets with Smart Bin Technology Egbert Taylor Group’s Mark Jenkins explains the growth in technology seen in the bin sector over recent years and its impact on waste and recycling for local authorities. read more … Malcolm Bates Talks Waste Handling Equipment with Frontline Machinery Expert 09.10.2017 10:24 Getting Personal – Mark Gover on Waste Management Equipment in New Zealand Frontline Machinery's Mark Gover discusses specialised waste equipment for extremely tough operating conditions in New Zealand. read more … Queesnland’s Recycling Rates Slumped 17% Since Landfill Tax Ditched in 2012 18.08.2017 12:32 GUEST BLOG: Revisiting the Issue of Interstate Waste Movement in Australia Following the removal of the landfill levy in the Australian state of Queensland increasing quantities of waste are being trucked in. Mike Ritchie explains why the move needs to be reversed. read more … Exploring the Case for Separate Food Waste Collections 17.08.2017 12:42 GUEST BLOG: Analysing the DCLG Waste Budget Boost Philip Simpson explores the implications of the UK government's recently published data into planned waste collection, recycling and disposal expenditure for 2017/18. read more … Mike Ritchie on Fire Prevention for Australian Waste Firms 11.08.2017 10:20 GUEST BLOG: Fires All Too Common in the Waste & Recycling Industry MRA’s Mike Ritchie explores the ever present risk of fire at waste facilities in Australia and explains some of the steps to mitigate it. read more … The Case for Separate Recycling Collections for Paper 09.08.2017 12:04 GUEST BLOG: Contamination Costs Where Quality Counts in Paper Recycling Niels Flierman discusses the need for quality throughout the value chain when it comes to paper recycling and makes a case for source separated collections. read more …
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