Andigestion gains international accreditation for health and safety systems
Food waste recycler Andigestion has received an international accreditation for its occupational health and safety management systems at both its Gloucestershire and Devon plants.
Superseding the company’s previous OHSAS 18001 accreditation, the ISO 45001 award recognises the company’s commitments to improving employee safety, reducing workplace risks and creating better, safer working conditions at... More
85 per cent of Brits believe that food packaging should be compostable, with two thirds of those asked agreeing that the food industry should lead the move towards compostable packaging, according to the results of a new Populus poll released today (8 July).
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.
Disruption to food waste and recycling collections services has increased since last week, according to the latest Covid-19 local authority impacts survey as local authorities report higher than normal volumes of waste.
Three European trade associations have called on the European Commission to safeguard the waste management provisions outlined in the European Green Deal and its associated Circular Economy Action Plan as part of a post-coronavirus green economic recovery.
With waste services experiencing heavy disruption across the country during the Covid-19 outbreak, UK households are being encouraged to start home composting during lockdown. Resource has compiled some tips, marking International Compost Awareness Week (3-9 May), to get you started with home composting, creating good habits for the pandemic and beyond.
New guidance has been published by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) pressing retailers and businesses to look beyond the best before date to increase the amount of food available for redistribution.
With UK households being encouraged to stay at home and limit trips to the supermarket, it is more important than ever to make food last for longer. Resource has compiled some tips to create less household food waste during the Covid-19 outbreak and create positive habits for the future.
The European Commission has today (11 March) published its new Circular Economy Action Plan, outlining measures to ensure that products are designed to last longer and are easier to reuse, repair and recycle.