20% Production Increase from New Processing Kit 2019-05-30 14:02:14 Veolia Makes Additional £1m Investment in Dagenham Plastic Recycling Plant Environmental services firm, Veolia UK, has invested a further £1 million in it’s Dagenham Plastic Recycling facility as demand continues to increase. read more ... Consumer Goods Firm Partners with TOMRA, Veolia, SUEZ, RECOUP and Viridor 2019-05-21 14:05:06 Unilever to Roll Out Pigment to Increase Recycling of Black Plastic HDPE Packaging Anglo-Dutch Consumer goods giant, Unilever, is to phase in the use of a new detectable black pigment for its High Density Polyethelyne (HDPE) bottles for its brands, TRESemmé and Lynx, so they can be detected by recycling plant scanners and sorted for recycling. read more ... Calls For All Sectors to Realise Potential & Act Now 2019-05-03 14:47:27 VEOLIA: Going Beyond Carbon Neutrality Today is Possible Veolia is calling on businesses and the public sector to recognise what can be achieved today and take the actions that are vital to reduce emissions. read more ... Let’s Cook Project Backed by Veolia Community Fund 2019-04-26 13:00:28 Community Cookery Classes Cut Food Waste in Liverpool In a bid to cut both food waste and shopping bills, a culinary community group has spent the last ten months teaching residents in the Liverpool City Region to cook smarter. read more ... Covanta, Veolia and Green Investment Group Project Moves Forward 2019-03-25 11:48:12 60 MW Rookery South Waste to Energy Project Reaches Financial Close in UK The long planned Rookery South Energy Recovery Facility in Bedfordshire, England has reached financial close and will commence construction. read more ... Over 80% of people say they would use reverse vending machines 2019-03-15 15:23:22 Veolia and LEON pilot deposit return scheme to solve on the go recycling Veolia has teamed up with health conscious fast food chain LEON to deploy a reverse vending machine designed to accept plastic bottles and aluminium at King’s Cross in central London. read more ... Putting Waste to Work in a Land Down Under 2019-03-05 12:44:07 IN DEPTH: Australia’s First Waste to Energy Plant Australia has been slow on the uptake of waste to energy. Now, following China’s ban on imports, a 40 MW waste to energy plant near Perth has the all-clear to proceed. It could be the first of many. read more ...
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