Issue 74

Ray Georgeoson wonders if the repair sector is rising or falling

Sam Sandilands and Stephen Lavington from Burges Salmon LLP highlight the latest changes in waste law

Scott Butler, Managing Director of ERP UK, talks us through the changes being brought about by the WEE recast directive

John Twitchen asks why standardisation of recycling bins is not nationally adopted

Paul Connett sits down with Charles Newman to discuss the anti-incineration movement and zero waste

Annie Reece discovers how the Environment Agency cracks down on waste crime

Will Simpson learns why we’d be paralysed without conveyor belt

Annie Reece heads to Slovenia to find out more about the Healthy Seas initiative


Emma Leedham learns how Living Earth Uganda is addressing the problem of plastic waste in Kampala


Will Simpson takes one giant leap to learn how astronauts practice the 3Rs in zero gravity

Libby Peake wonders what’s going on with the renewables revolution

Local authorities could soon be competing to have the most carbon-efficient waste management system, too. Simon Hann has more.