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SITA UK waste facility approved

SITA UK has expressed its delight with today's (6th March) decision by Northumberland County Council's planning committee to approve the planning application for a new integrated waste management facility (IWMF) in West Sleekburn. The ultra-modern £11m facility will process 50,000 tonnes a year of mixed newspapers, magazines, cardboard, cans and …

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Lamerholm wins on price and performance

Dawsonrentals materials handling equipment limited offers a wide range of products throughout the municipal and industrial marketplace. Included in their rental fleet is a comprehensive range of forklift trucks for a wide variety of applications. At any one time, over 1000 forklifts will be rented from Dawsonrentals MHE Ltd in …

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Automatic calibration reminder service for NIST certified instruments

(www.dicksonweb.com) Managers of industrial facilities seeking to meet the highest standards of temperature and humidity control by using NIST-certified instruments can now be assured that their chart recorders' and data loggers' calibrations are current through Dickson Company's automatic enrollment of NIST-certified instruments in the Dickson Calibration Club (http://www.dicksonweb.com/calibration/calibration_club.php ). Dickson …

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Magline deliver new powered Gemini hand truck

Magline has chosen the IMHX to launch its Powered Gemini hand delivery truck. The powered hand delivery truck is the first of its kind to be launched in the UK and is being hailed as a major step forward in terms of efficiency and health and safety. The Powered Gemini …

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The latest trends and news in chemical supply chain manament

LogiChem Europe 2007, the 6th annual bulk and speciality chemical supply chain conference, will take place on 16th-18thApril 2007 in the Hilton, Dusselforf. Around 200 senior representatives, including heads and directors of Europe's leading chemical manufacturers and distributors, will convene to discuss their current challenges in what is, at present, …

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Holy Cow Bovine bins boost recycling

Recycling bins disguised as cows will soon be grazing on waste across the capital, following a trial in Lewisham which proved an un'herd' of success. In a bid to encourage the general public to recycle and support local authorities in their quest to meet tough landfill diversion targets for municipal …

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