The Environment Agency (EA) has launched the national electronic duty of care programme (EDoc), due to roll out in 2014. It is set to modernise the way waste data is collected in the UK, moving the industry away from its antiquated paper-based system.
Archive | February, 2013
Recyclate quality is one of two interesting topics in the News this month, within the waste industry in the UK. Both subjects have served to point up the rapid progress being made in the UK away from landfilling our waste. The use of recyclate as the main raw material for recycled products has grown to […]
Autoclave Processing Starts at New Dorset Anaerobic Digestion Plant We all know the benefits of anaerobic digestion in waste treatment and management. Not only does this type of waste management reduce gas emissions, but the gases which are produced can be used as a type of renewable energy – or biogas – which can be […]
As drilling rig exploration for shale fields suitable for natural gas extraction using the hydraulic fracturing method multiply, will the nation’s watercourses suffer more incidents like this Fracking Waste Spill in Youngstown? This incident occurred in the US. However, there is a new risk that such incidents will occur again in the US, and now […]