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Finalists announced for LCRS Leadership in Carbon Reduction Award

Finalists announced for LCRS Leadership in Carbon Reduction Award

Four leading logistics companies have been shortlisted for FTA’s LCRS Leadership in Carbon Reduction Award sponsored by Bridgestone. There were difficult decisions to be made as the award judges deliberated over a variety of comprehensive applications which showcase how industry is committed to carbon reduction. The four selected finalists are: …

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Recofloor names 2016 vinyl flooring recycling award winners

Recofloor names 2016 vinyl flooring recycling award winners

Recofloor members celebrated their record-breaking vinyl recycling achievements at the scheme’s fifth annual awards event at Old Trafford, the Home of Manchester United, in March. Flooring companies, contractors and distributors have collected more than 2,700 tonnes of vinyl flooring – including 508 tonnes in 2015 alone – since the UK …

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JCB’s wide range and great service makes Hamilton’s choice easy

JCB's wide range and great service makes Hamilton's choice easy

JCB’s extensive range of recycling and waste machines, combined with its far-reaching network of dealers, means that at family owned and operated commercial waste recycling company, Hamilton Waste, they are big fans. The Edinburgh-based skip hire and recycling company now has a fleet of JCB Wastemaster machines, including a 560-80 …

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SRF waste shredder plant now operational in South West France

SRF plant now operational in South West France

Commissioning of a new waste processing plant in Mende, South West France is now complete. Following almost two years of planning, design, engineering and construction, Environnement 48 began shredding Commercial and Industrial (C&I) waste to produce a Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF), this month. Already one of the region’s most established …

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Corrugated trays are true to form for fish and chips

A rapidly growing number of the UK’s 10,500 fish and chip shops are opting for higher quality and sustainable corrugated takeaway containers as their primary choice of packaging to meet the demands of today’s modern lifestyles. The alternative takeaway packaging being spearheaded by the Corrugated Industry is new fish and …

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