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Recycling & Waste

01 February 2007 | Recycling & Waste
Early last year SB Waste in Wolverhampton came to the conclusion that it was time to upgrade their plant to help improve material separation and give them more end products to take to market. With...
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03 July 2006 | Recycling & Waste
John Powell of Associated Concrete Solutions Ltd explains the implications of the environmental pressures for dealing with waste concrete and washout water Environmental pressures and water...
03 July 2006 | Recycling & Waste
Addressing the causes and implications of climate change is a challenge that every industry is having to address. John Barritt, technical advisor to the Aggregates Programme at WRAP (the Waste &...
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02 January 2006 | Recycling & Waste
Although relatively new, synthetic aggregates hold the potential to become a true competitor in certain applications By Tom Kuennen, contributing editor Synthetic aggregates — also...
01 September 2004 | Recycling & Waste
The Mineral Industry Research Organisation (MIRO) has been engaged with research providers in a number of developments concerning the use or incorporation of aggregate fines in commercially...
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01 September 2003 | Recycling & Waste
WRAP's head of aggregates examines the key issues by John BarrittThe objective of the WRAP Aggregates Programme is to reduce the environmental impact of mineral extraction by minimizing the demand...
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02 September 2002 | Recycling & Waste
WRAP aims for a step change in the right direction The Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) has announced a programme of work that will facilitate growth in the availability of quality...
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01 October 2001 | Recycling & Waste
The Government’s approach to the collection of information on alternative sources of aggregatesIt is government policy to encourage the use of secondary and recycled materials in construction...

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