Roseland Waste Management received a commendation from the Cornwall Waste Mini-mization Award 2000 for showing commitment to continuous environmental improvement through waste minimization.
Sapphire Energy Recovery will prepare scrap tyres for use as fuel in BCI's cement kilns
THE British Geological Survey is to host the fourth Minerals Industry Forum on 28 February 2001 at the East Midlands Conference Centre in Nottingham.
TARMAC's Toptrec recycled pathway aggregate has scooped the title of 'Recycled Product of the Year' in this year's National Recycling Awards.
CORNISH waste-management firm Roseland Group have submitted detailed plans to Cornwall County Council to improve their waste-management facilities near Liskeard.
North West Water have chosen Precia-Molen weighing systems for their move into the secondary aggregates market when they open sites at Oldham and Davyhulme, Manchester, for the processing and...
The Hanson Environment Fund, which uses landfill tax credits to benefit a wide range of environmental and community projects, is calling for an increase in recycling, research and education...
A NEW waste strategy unveiled by the Government last month could mean that from now on many roads will be made from household waste.
NEARLY 150 static aggregate recycling plants have been established in the last two years or are likely to start this year, according to a recent survey by BDS Marketing & Research Ltd.
SOME 65,000 tonnes of ash from Teesside's energy-from-waste (EfW) plant in Billingham are to be processed every year at a new recycling facility.
A JCB 436B ZX wheel loader is being used by Shanks at their waste-recycling operation at Bunny Hill near Nottingham.
THE acquisition of 3C Waste and Yorkshire Environmental has made Waste Recycling Group the second-largest landfill company in Britain, behind the Shanks Group, according to industry research...
THE Building Research Establishment Waste and Environmental Body (BREWEB) has been asked by the Concrete Block Association (CBA) to develop a study of the reuse of waste materials in the...
The Stationery Office, on behalf of the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions, has published a report entitled Soil-forming materials: their use in land reclamation.