Eunomia launches survey for business waste impacts
Eunomia Research and Consulting has launched a survey for the Welsh Government to assess how waste management businesses may be affected by new legislation.
The proposed policies will: require non-domestic waste producers, including businesses, charities and the public sector, to present several kinds of waste (paper/card, plastic/cans, food, waste electronics and textiles) separately for recycling; require waste collectors to arrange... More
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Recycling equipment hire company CRJ Services Ltd and distributor Matpro Machinery Ltd have announced the amalgamation of the two companies into a single brand in a bid to streamline internal processes and meet customers’ demands more effectively.