Green Alliance research finds that identifying and penalising producers of low-quality electronics could drive efficiencies annually worth up to 800,000 tonnes of avoided carbon dioxide equivalent emissions.
The UK’s first waste-to-hydrogen plant is coming closer to fruition after Peel L&P Environmental confirmed that it had completed the Front End Engineering Definition (FEED) stage for the proposed facility at the Protos Energy Park in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire.
The Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) has re-launched its grant fund of £1.5 million yesterday (15 June) for “imaginative projects” intending to tackle barriers to textile recycling and reuse.
The Covid-19 pandemic has raised urgent questions about public health and hygiene in almost every sector of society, with packaging no exception. With consumers and retailers turning back to single-use for hygiene reasons, what does the future hold for reusables? Olivia Rutherford investigates.
Local governments and waste management companies have a wealth of digital technologies at their fingertips. Mark Abbas, Director of Business Development at cloud technology company AMCS, explains how smart approaches can be employed to improve waste collections efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions.
As the world’s urban population continues to increase, Mark Abbas, Director of Business Development of cloud technology company AMCS, explains how the moving to a smart city model can ensure a sustainable solution to urban waste collections, supporting the health and wellbeing of cities for the future.