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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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01 October 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

A Lancashire waste-management company has become the first in the country to lease recycling equipment using the unique eQuip Residual Value Guarantee (RVG) scheme set up by WRAP (the Waste &...

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01 August 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

ENVIRONMENT Minister Elliot Morley MP has praised the publication by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) of a Quality Protocol which will boost market confidence in the status of...

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01 July 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) has signed contracts with four companies confirming capital grant funding to increase England’s production and use of recycled and secondary...

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01 June 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

THE Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP) has announced two new capital grant competitions to stimulate the production and use of recycled and secondary aggregates through fixed and mobile...

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01 May 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

ACCORDING to a new report by BDS Marketing & Research Ltd, there are now thought to be 397 companies in Great Britain operating 539 static aggregates recycling plants, over half of which are...

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01 April 2004 | Plant & Equipment

Essex-based Carr & Bircher have selected Case equipment to spearhead their waste-handling and recycling operations.

01 March 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

T.K. Lynskey Excavations Ltd have opened a £1.9 million aggregates recycling centre in Wath upon Dearne, South Yorkshire.

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01 January 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

HAVING already established themselves as a key player in recycling markets in the Midlands and the South, Aggregate Industries have now signalled their entry into the North-East with the purchase...

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01 January 2004 | Aggregate Recycling

CAPITAL grant funding from WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) has been awarded to two companies under open competitions to increase the UK’s use of recycled and secondary aggregates...

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01 December 2003 | Plant & Equipment

Edinburgh-based CRM have taken delivery of an inert recycling plant from Powerscreen Sales Scotland that will allow them to recycle material that previously went to landfill at a cost of £2 per...

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01 December 2003 | Plant & Equipment

Mogensen Raw Materials Handling have recently supplied a scalper and feeder that have been incorporated into a ‘one-stop-shop’ recycling facility operated by Mid UK Recycling Ltd at Caythorpe,...

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