Bernard Amos

Earlier this year, the new electronic duty of care (edoc) system launched.
Bernard Amos, discusses the opportunity it presents to the UK recycling and resource management sector  

Horatio Nelson

Resource's Horatio Nelson considers the potential revenue from resources

Red tape clanger

The Insider takes on government's red tape challenge

In the wake of the Ebola outbreak, Pyropure’s Executive Chairman calls on hospitals to rethink how they manage clinical waste.

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From the Magazine

From houses made of discarded materials to hoovering up our waterways, Resource takes a look at the weird and wonderful news of the moment.

Sustainable Innovation Strategy

Alex Gravells reviews Sempels & Hoffmann's Sustainable Innovation Strategy

The Ecologist Guide to Food

Matilda Zatorski reviews Andrew Wasley's The Ecologist Guide to Food

Rachelle Strauss

Many of us are fully committed to the concept of zero waste, but few of us have done so much to make it a reality as Rachelle Strauss, blogger at Resource catches up with Mrs Green herself to find out more

remanufacturing components

With so much effort going into increasing recycling, remanufacturing doesn’t always get the attention it deserves. But are businesses finally ready to pick up the effort and create as-new products from used pieces? Annie Reece finds out

Kelvin McElvaney series

With yesterday’s must-have electronic device becoming today’s cast-off lump of rubbish, the world is accumulating an ever-growing mountain of e-waste. Libby Peake learns why it’s now time to create some solutions

As more businesses go online to manage operations, Resource looks at some free apps and online tools they can use to manage their waste