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Recycling & Waste

01 February 2008 | Recycling & Waste
With a construction, demolition and excavation waste processing capacity of over 1.6million tonnes of material a year, along with its own rail facility and barges, Powerday’s Willesden, North London...
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01 February 2008 | Recycling & Waste
The first site we look at in our Changing face of aggregates focus is a good example of one of the many smaller sites now starting up around the UK to feed the growing demand for more sustainable...
01 February 2008 | Recycling & Waste
In the final installment of his Recycling Diaries, Andrew Hewitt recounts the days up to the plant big switch on at SB Waste in late January. There were some last minute teething problems but the new...
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01 December 2007 | Recycling & Waste
While some still feel that the only business of business is to turn a profit while sticking to the rules of the game, the overwhelming drive is towards firms taking up some of the social slack left...
01 December 2007 | Recycling & Waste
As it is the festive time of year when attention turns to goodwill, MQR is taking a look at corporate social responsibility (CSR). But if you are thinking it is all about philanthropy and giving then...
01 December 2007 | Recycling & Waste
The end of the year at SB Waste in Wolverhampton finds Andrew Hewitt in reflective mood and the company’s new recycling plant still not operational. In his latest Recycling Diaries installment he...
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03 September 2007 | Recycling & Waste
Constructing new plant for a waste operation is never going to go without a glitch but when the container holding your US manufactured screen gets delayed in New York, the concrete base holding the...
01 August 2007 | Recycling & Waste
According to the DTI, more than 48million tyres are disposed of in the UK every year, which raises the question of what to do with them. Steve Waite, project manager for tyres at the Waste &...
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01 June 2007 | Recycling & Waste
In the latest installment of Andrew Hewitt’s regular diary offering readers advice and guidance learned as SB Waste in Wolverhampton progresses through a major project updating its skip waste...
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01 June 2007 | Recycling & Waste
The National Grid’s Juliana Grando outlines some of the problems the company has encountered trying to take the Road to Zero in terms of primary aggregates.National Grid’s metallic gas...
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01 June 2007 | Recycling & Waste
Following the departure of Jenny Price to Sport England, MQR chatted to former chemist and new CEO of WRAP Liz Goddard about her promoted position and her plans for WRAP.So, what’s your...
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01 June 2007 | Recycling & Waste
The first C&D waste processing site in Wales opens for business. Situated in West Glamorgan on the outskirts of Swansea, Derwen Plant has installed the first construction and demolition (C&D...
02 April 2007 | Recycling & Waste
A summary of a WRAP aggregates projectBy John C. Barritt, WRAP aggregates technical advisorAggregates are produced from primary, recycled and secondary material resources. The objective of this...
01 April 2007 | Recycling & Waste
As SB Waste in Wolverhapton continues its journey of upgrading its operations, Andrew Hewitt continues his diary offering readers advice and guidance on what he is learning from the process. This...
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01 February 2007 | Recycling & Waste
It’s grim up North, the saying goes, but not if you are into recycling says south coast-based landfill operations manager for New Milton Sand and Ballast (NMSB) Darren Hazell. He has piles of...