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Eunomia launches interim management service

According to the Interim Management Association (IMA) the use of interim resources has grown by 93% since 2006 as organisations seek greater labour force flexibility in financially strained times.



UBER style skip hire service launched

Dublin-based software developer SkipScanner has launched the UK’s first online skip hire service that enables users to both compare prices and place an order via a single application http://www.skipscanner.co.uk.






Monoworld Recycling opts for TOMRA Sorting

Sensor-based sorting specialist, TOMRA Sorting, has been chosen by Monoworld Recycling (MRL) as the technology partner for a new £9 million plastics recycling facility (PRF) in Rushden, Northamptonshire.





Multi-trip bags boost recycling for flats

Cromwell Polythene has reported a 10-fold increase in sales of its multi-trip, polypropylene recycling bags among local authorities seeking to boost recycling rates in flats and tenement dwellings.


Portable and compact screening unit provides separation method

The PSU:200 mobile screening unit from DBS Processing is aimed at solving the problem of separating solid particles up to 50mm from various liquids. The unit provides an effective separation method for liquids containing rag, organics, plastics, sand/grit, gravel or other contaminants and can ...


Geesinknorba Spain showcases six new products at Tem Tecma 2016

On 15-17 June 2016, Geesinknorba Spain participated in the Spanish environmental exhibition - Tem Tecma - which was held at the Fira de Madrid Ifema exhibition centre in Madrid. The company had a large stand at the exhibition which showcased six new, innovative products.






Used tyres can help protect bridges, says new research

New research published in the journal 'Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics' has described a new method of protecting bridge infrastructure in disaster-prone regions by using used tyres that may otherwise be sent to landfill.


SEaB Energy installs 'Power in a box' technology at Portugese supermarket

SEaB Energy, a waste to energy specialist, has installed its containerised power plant at a hypermarket owned by Portugal's largest retailer. According to the WtE company, it is the first time that an anaerobic digestion system, that converts inedible food waste to energy, has been installed at a ...



Dorset road upgrade uses 75,000 tonnes of recycled asphalt

A £22 million project to upgrade a 5.2 mile stretch of the A338 Bournemouth spur road – reportedly Dorset’s busiest road – has used around 75,000 tonnes of recycled asphalt in the construction of the base of the new road. The project team also completed the project on time and on budget.

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