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Waste group achieves international safety standards ahead of schedule

A national waste management company has achieved the latest health and safety standards a year ahead of schedule more

Maximising energy savings through the systems approach

Europump (the European Pump Association) detail the importance of adopting a 'systems approach' when determining the energy efficiency of pump systems more

Cawleys launches new coronavirus decontamination service

As the global pandemic continues and we enter another week of lockdown, Cawleys is urging businesses to use this time wisely to ensure their premises are decontaminated before re-opening more

Recycling Technologies' first site in Europe will be located in the Netherlands

Recycling Technologies and Brightlands Chemelot Campus have signed the first agreement towards the installation of Recycling Technologies’ RT7000 within the Campus in the Netherlands more

Biofertilizer use key to fulfilling biogas potential

Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers, explores biofertilizer as a key option to fulfilling biogas potential. more

Government urged to upgrade recycling workers to critical status and reopen tips

Mountains of waste are being fly-tipped in epic proportions across Britain, as warnings are raised that the government risks replacing the coronavirus pandemic with a plague more

Freezer insulation inspection – thermal imaging keeps energy costs down

As important as they are for storing quantities of foodstuffs, commercial walk-in freezers use a lot of energy. So, it is imperative that this consumption is kept to a minimum more

Hydrogen could replace natural gas to slash carbon emissions, new report claims

Leading UK engineers have assessed the possibility of using hydrogen in place of natural gas in the UK’s gas grid and concluded that there is no reason why this cannot be achieved safely more

Empteezy and Dyce Carriers: A partnership worth promoting

With a focus on quality customer experience from start to finish, Empteezy recognised the need for a delivery partner of esteemed reputation which they found in Dyce Carriers more

Waste management company fined after worker injured

A recycling and waste management company has been prosecuted after a worker’s hand was injured by defective hydraulic cutters more

Thames Water rolls out SEEPEX’s energy-reducing sludge solution

Progressive cavity pump specialist SEEPEX has developed a new system to improve dewatered sludge handling, enabling long distance transfer with reduced operational costs  more

Finding value in liquid waste streams

Waste is increasingly being viewed as a resource. From well-established practices such as recycling paper and aluminium, to the development of the circular economy more

Prepare for German WEEE expansion now or face fines of 100,000€, warns Lorax

Businesses that manufacture, distribute or export passive electronics to German markets must comply with its updated WEEE (waste electrical and electronic equipment) laws or they will face fines more

Brexit stockpiling could increase waste, says Hanwell

Hanwell Solutions has warned food manufacturers and retailers that contingency planning in advance of Brexit could be counter-productive and lead to significant food waste more

Gardner Denver hosts free webinar on moving towards the circular economy for the wastewater treatment industry

Gardner Denver is inviting those operating in the municipal wastewater treatment industry to attend a free webinar more

Metso increases service availability for M&J waste recycling equipment with a service partner agreement in the UK

Metso has signed a service partner agreement for M&J waste recycling equipment with Core Industrial Solutions in the United Kingdom more

Swindon Borough Council to build England’s first advanced plastics recycling facility

Recycling Technologies is working with Swindon Borough Council Public Power Solutions, to assess the feasibility of delivering an advanced recycling facility in Swindon more

Recycling Technologies named as one of Britain’s Top 100 fastest growing companies

Recycling Technologies has today been named as one of Britain’s fastest growing companies in a report from online equity investing platform SyndicateRoom more

SEPA sets out new plan to drive innovation across Scotland's metal sector

SEPA’s Metals Sector Plan is one of 16 sector plans being launched this year in line with the regulator’s One Planet Prosperity strategy more

Recycling Technologies returns to crowdfunding to launch its RT7000, a revolution in plastics recycling

Recycling Technologies has opened its second campaign to raise a minimum of £1.3m with Crowdcube as it seeks to build and open its first commercial plant in Scotland more

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