A British entrepreneur working to create a circular economy around lithium batteries has won a global innovation competition organised by Shell.
Carlton Cummins, Co-Founder of Aceleron, a business dedicated to reclaiming and reusing perceived end-of-life lithium batteries, was awarded the top spot in the Top Ten Innovators competition run by Shell LiveWIRE, an enterprise development programme run by Shell across 15... More
Increased refurbishment and remanufacture in the European furniture sector could create up to 157,000 jobs and save around six million tonnes of CO2 emissions, according to a study by the European Environmental Bureau.
Online sellers should be legally required to take on the duties of ‘producer’ under the EU Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive amid accusations of freeriding, say WEEE collection and recycling associations.
Three days of expert discussion and presentations covered a lot of waste and resources ground at the RWM Conference in Birmingham this week. Here’s a snapshot of some of the things that we picked up wandering the show floor.
The Prospecting Secondary Materials in the Urban Mine and Mining Wastes (ProSUM) project is set to launch the first Urban Mine Knowledge Data Platform to increase the recovery of WEEE, end-of-life vehicles, batteries and mining wastes.