Posts from ‘November, 2009’

Tories to Pay Households to Recycle

We try not to dip our toe in political waters too often here at RWM, but here goes. Conservative Shadow chancellor George Osborne has unveiled a raft of proposed environmental measures at a speech at Imperial College London this evening. This is one of a series of speeches on the environment being made by shadow minsters this [...]

Recognising Achievement at National Recycling Awards

Recycling and Waste Management may not be the most glamorous sector of the UK industry, but there are times when those of us who work in it day-in, day-out have reason to be proud, whether that’s when you review the whole industry at an event like RWM, or if you consider some of our outstanding innovators [...]

MRW Calls Time for Quality

Paul Sanderson, respected editor of RWM’s Headline Media Partner MRW (Materials Recycling Week) has sought to put a stake in the ground when it comes to the long running debate of source separated vs. commingled waste collections in this country. As Paul himself puts it, “<This debate> has been going on for a few years [...]