At this time of year, it is normal for festive cheer to be going around and people getting into the festive spirit. However, the release of the latest recycling rates has put a bit of a dampener on that for our industry, and caused plenty of comment and reaction.
It’s been a busy summer and autumn representing Local Authorities around the country as LARAC Chair – I spend many a travelling mile writing up reports to present progress on many and various projects to the Exec members for our quarterly meetings. This a brief round-up of those reports to let y
It is fair to say that many believe public communications and awareness will, and should continue to, play a key role in the resource sector.
It would be fair to say that 2016 has thrown up a few challenges along the way, and I suspect there are more to come as we head into 2017.
The beginning of November saw the opening of the latest Re-Use Shop project for LARAC Partner, FCC.
Training in the waste and resources sector is becoming even more important for those working in the industry.
2016/7 is the second year REPIC has sponsored the LARAC Scholars’ programme so I arrived at the East Midlands Conference Centre for the scholars workshop on the Tuesday before the award ceremony.
VIP Bin Cleaning announces first-ever large automatic wash line
ReciproCity Wirral, the innovative reuse hub located in Wallasey, will be officially opened onThursday 22 September by Councillor Ann McLachlan, Deputy Mayor of Wirral.
From the hectic streets of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to the tranquil footpaths of the Forest of Dean, Hubbub have been travelling across the country in 2016 to test out new and innovative ways to curb litter.