The Environment Agency (EA) has suspended the accreditation of a large exporter of plastic packaging waste for recycling
Large producer schemes as well as smaller operators dealing in the packaging recovery note (PRN) system face the prospect of site inspections and compliance checks under plans announced yesterday by the Environment Agency (EA)
Observers say that figures obtained by ENDS showing a steep drop in duty of care prosecutions raise more questions than answers. James Agyepong-Parsons investigates
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
Before a new scheme can be put in place, issues surrounding how the current packaging recovery note system is enforced need to be studied. Conor McGlone takes a closer look
Public spending watchdog the National Audit Office (NAO) has accused the government of not “facing up to underlying recycling issues” in a report on the UK’s packaging obligation system
With the UK government committed to introducing a scheme to pay bottle recyclers, Sweden, which has been doing it for decades, can provide some useful pointers, finds Conor McGlone
Companies agreed to pay out £938,500 for flouting environmental rules between February and May, new data released by the Environment Agency (EA) reveals, 8.8% more than paid out in the previous period.
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