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Tipping point in Britain’s waste crisis

Tipping point in Britains waste crisis

Britain is sleepwalking into a waste crisis, with Scotland the worst offender when it comes to recycling. A recent report revealed that Wales is the number one in the UK for recycling with a recycling rate of 57.3%, putting the country second in Europe, and third in the world. Yet …

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Why an ‘incineration tax’ could hinder UK waste management

Stadler Engineering Why an incineration tax could hinder UK waste management

Last month, the government announced consideration of a waste incineration tax to help increase plastic recycling rates. Here, Ruben Maistry, sales manager at Stadler Engineering, discusses how introducing such a tax could actually prove counter-productive for sustainable waste management. Initially proposed by the Liberal Democrats ahead of the 2015 general …

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JCB Fleet answers Wastemasters hire calling

JCB FLEET ANSWERS WASTEMASTERS HIRE CALLING

With its recently ordered fleet of JCB machines, Coventry-based Wastemasters Hire, part of Tom White Waste (TWW), is satisfying a growing demand for waste and recycling sector specific short-term hire. This latest order comprises a 437 Wheeled Loading Shovel, a 457 Wheeled loader, a 560-80WM Loadall – JCB’s most powerful …

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JCB brains and brawn for waste and recycling

JCB BRAINS AND BRAWN FOR WASTE AND RECYCLING

Tough and reliable probably springs prominently to mind when thinking about waste and recycling materials handling machines. But it takes brains as well as brawn to increase productivity, minimise downtime and promote health and safety on site. Take for example the JCB 560-80 Wastemaster telehandler, one of the models in …

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