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01 November 2000 | Mineral Planning

CORNISH waste-management firm Roseland Group have submitted detailed plans to Cornwall County Council to improve their waste-management facilities near Liskeard.

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01 November 2000 | Plant & Equipment

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...

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01 October 2000 | Aggregate Recycling

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...

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01 July 2000 | Aggregate Recycling

A NEW waste strategy unveiled by the Government last month could mean that from now on many roads will be made from household waste.

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01 June 2000 | Aggregate Recycling

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.

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01 March 2000 | Aggregate Recycling

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.

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01 March 2000 | Plant & Equipment

A JCB 436B ZX wheel loader is being used by Shanks at their waste-recycling operation at Bunny Hill near Nottingham.

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01 February 2000 | Aggregate Recycling

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...

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01 February 2000 | Concrete

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...

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01 January 2000 | Aggregate Recycling

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.

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