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01 August 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

WRAP has launched its fourth Capital Grant Competition to stimulate the production and use of recycled aggregates through fixed and mobile plant in England and Scotland.

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01 August 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

WALES Environment Trust has launched a programme to reduce the quantity of inert waste being sent to landfill by developing new markets for recycled aggregates.

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01 July 2005 | Plant & Equipment

Forfar-based Delson Contracts are a specialist recycling company processing amenity waste and building, construction and demolition debris.

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01 July 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

A NEW aggregates recycling facility, part-funded by the Scottish Executive through WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme), is set to boost the production of higher-quality, higher-value...

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01 July 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

SRS Aggregates, specialists in the recycling of utility spoil, land remediation and demolition waste, have received a renewed contract for the supply of all recycled aggregates to Severn Trent...

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01 May 2005 | Asphalt & Surfacing

HANSON Aggregates have signed a three-year contract to take up to 6,000 tonnes of waste glass a year – 24 million bottles – from two local authorities for use in asphalt roadbases.

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01 May 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

Coleman & Co. Ltd’s new £5 million construction and demolition waste recycling facility in the centre of Birmingham will be officially opened later this month.

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01 April 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

WRAP has awarded five more capital grants under its latest Aggregates Capital Competition, aimed at increasing the production and use of recycled and secondary aggregates in England.

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01 April 2005 | Aggregate Recycling

Lafarge Aggregates have opened their fifth recycling facility in East Anglia.

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01 March 2005 | Quarrying

 

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01 December 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

A NEW Quality Protocol has been published by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) to boost market confidence in the status of construction aggregates processed from inert waste in...

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01 December 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

IBSTOCK Brick have been awarded funding from WRAP to undertake trials using recycled glass in the manufacture of clay bricks.

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01 November 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

 

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01 November 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

BRE and TRL have been awarded a contract by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) to deliver a series of interactive workshops focused on increasing the specification, procurement and...

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01 November 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

A RECENT survey by the ODPM on the production and use of construction and demolition waste in England shows that the amount of CDW being used as aggregate increased by 3.1 million tonnes in the...

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