Issue 76

Libby Peake learns how scientists at IBM are using plastic waste to create superbug-fighting nanoparticles.

Ray Georgeson revists the theme of repair, and asks why companies don't make repairing goods easier.

Nicky Scott explains how to get the most out of your compostable waste.

Tony Breton explains how evidence from the organics recycling industry could be used to improve the proposed carrier bag levy

Illustrating the reality of the waste industry to those outside the sector has always been tricky, but things may be about to change...

Maxine Perella speaks to Kresse Wesling about how she’s transforming discarded ‘heroic materials’ for her fashion label.

WRAP’s Food Waste Collections Manager, Chris Mills, describes best practice for designing an effective service.

Our definitive ranking of councils based on residual waste arisings. This year, we find that what goes up sometimes also comes down...

Steve Read, former Chair of the Resource Recovery Forum (RRF) reflects on Kit Strange's legacy.

Annie Reece discovers how an innovative partnership in Wales is giving waste management profits back to the people 

Leonie Butler visited Kemble Farms in Gloucestershire to get to grips with on-farm AD