Crime Won’t Pay

Judy Proctor, The Environment Agency’s deputy director waste regulation (assigned), offers some reflections on waste crime and looks ahead to the challenges to be faced in 2018, the wider waste strategy and working closer with you to beat the criminals

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Homewood, Sweet Homewood

Further to his article in the December CIWM Journal, here we bring you the full case study by Jeff Cooper on his visit to Johns Hopkins University – achieving excellent results in waste reduction and recycling –  part of the programme of the latest ISWA Congress in Baltimore, USA

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A Plastic Tax

After the Chancellor announced an investigation into how the tax system and charges on single-use plastic items could be used to reduce waste, Eunomia’s head of environmental policy and economics, Chris Sherrington, explains how a plastic tax would work to help tackle marine plastic pollution

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Simpler Times

In September, Neil Grundon, deputy chairman of Grundon Waste Management, attended the IFAT India event in Mumbai. Joined by a senior team, the goal was to look at ideas and opportunities in the market. Having had time to reflect, he shares some of his thoughts and explains why the visit made him feel quite nostalgic…

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The Fast 50

The Fast 50 is back for yet another year, courtesy of Catalyst Corporate Finance, revealing the fastest growing waste and resources companies by turnover in the UK. The CIWM Journal speaks to Catalyst’s Mark Wilson to find out more…

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