The ‘Support grants and loan package’ is helping the electrical waste recycling and reuse sector hit by the COVID-19 crisis.
The funding has been launched by WRAP and is open to all retailers, manufacturers and supply chain partners.
Our annual members survey results always offer a useful basis for reflection and consideration of the best route forward, and that has never been more important than in 2020.
Defra have committed to new EPR regulations including bulky waste, tyres and building materials.
Early in 2018, the European Commission proposed the introduction of extended producer responsibility (EPR) for fishing gear and Defra signalled their intention to explore the merits of such a system in their 2018 Resources and Waste Strategy.
The unprecedented collaborative campaign has been shortlisted for both partnership excellence and campaign of the year
This week the Environment Agency has confirmed to waste operators and exporters that most household WEEE must be treated as hazardous waste, unless proven it does not contain POPs.
Ecosurety today confirms the appointment of Clement Gaubert as its new Head of Operations.
Today Defra has amended the guidance for submitting a proposal for the WEEE compliance fee methodology, to ensure the impacts of COVID-19 are taken into account.