A group of environmental and packaging producer compliance schemes has launched a the Packaging Scheme Forum (PSF), as the industry prepares for reforms to producer obligations
A study which will test plastic from waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) to ensure it can be safely recycled is one of two projects that has been fast-tracked for funding under the WEEE compliance fee
A local council has proposed trialing a free skip service for residents as part of measures to cut down on fly-tipping
EXCLUSIVE: The number of prosecutions for waste duty of care offences fell to 12 in 2017, compared to 93 in 2000, according to data revealed under a Freedom of Information request
Thailand has prohibited imports of electronic and plastic waste, prompting calls for the UK to come up with longer-term solutions
The Environment Agency has proposed changing the rules governing standard permits on water discharges, material recovery and onshore oil and gas exploration and mining
A fund for projects to support higher levels of reuse and recycling of waste electrical and electronic products is considerably larger than in previous years after many of the producers that put cash into the pot missed their compliance targets.
DEFRA said it will retain the existing 14 categories of waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) after consulting on EU rules which aim to expand the regulations to cover all products.
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