CIWM launches mentoring platform

The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM) has created a mentoring platform to support skill development and career progression among its members.

The CIWM Mentoring platform, which went live yesterday (21 May), allows CIWM ...

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Material Change launches electrical recycling campaign

Material Change has introduced the Recycle Your Electricals campaign to prevent waste electricals from being sent to landfill or incinerators in the UK.

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Defra issues guide to reopening HWRCs

​Defra has published new guidance on how local authorities can safely reopen household waste and recycling centres (HWRCs) during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Veolia launches coronavirus disinfection service

Veolia has introduced a Covid-19 disinfection service targeted at businesses that need disinfection prior to reopening after lockdown.

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WEEE launches support grants and loans scheme

The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Fund has created a support grants and loans package to help the electrical waste recycling sector deal with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Biffa launches app to tackle lockdown fly-tipping

Biffa has developed a mobile app aimed at combating fly-tipping incidents, which have increased across the UK during the coronavirus lockdown.

The new app, which is aimed at businesses trying to curb illegal dumping on their land, allows ...

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