Retailers believe consumers will buy wonky veg

After years of physical perfection demanded by the EU and the consumer alike, shoppers are finally willing to consider buying wonky fruit and veg, according to predictive analytics company Blue Yonder.

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Quality, quality, quality

Robin Stevenson, managing director, non-hazardous waste, William Tracey Group, discusses the need to focus on quality throughout the materials recycling process.

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The White Stuff

C&I waste specialist Tom White Recycling is building a new MRF in Coventry – giving it a chance to ...

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Waste zeitgeist

German Association for Waste management president Thomas Obermeier explains how waste went from ...

Sea change

Since launching in 2010, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's research and reports on the circular ...

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INOVYN unveils awards - 22/02/2016

INOVYN has launched the first edition of its INOVYN Awards, celebrating innovation with vinyls.


RWM 2016 - 13/09/2016

RWM (Resource Waste Management) is the UK's premier event for resource efficiency and waste management solutions. It is the only event of its kind, asked for by the industry, covering all aspects of the waste hierarchy. In partnership with CIWM, the event spans each element of the industry and is shaped around the demands of this rapidly growing sector.

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