Recycling and waste management company Recycling Lives has secured a new contract to process waste metal arising from fuel reprocessing and decommissioning at Sellafield in Cumbria.
Recycling Lives, which is also a social enterprise helping those from some of the most marginalised communities in the UK to gain practical skills in the recycling sector and a salary to allow them to live
Funding of £400,000 from the Northern Irish carrier bag levy is to be made available to support small-scale environmental projects aimed at improving the local environment and boosting civic pride, ahead of a review of the charge next year.
Food redistribution charity FareShare received enough surplus food from retailers and food manufacturers to provide 18.3 million meals in 2014/15, but says that charities 'urgently' need more food made available to them.
As one of the sector’s major organisations, WRAP works with businesses, government, and communities in an effort to bring about a circular economy. Charles Newman caught up with CEO Liz Goodwin to find out how it’s going