Keep Britian Tidy has launched a new waste hierarchy to better engage the public about waste prevention.

Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment recycling (WEEE) is a specialist part of the waste and recycling system

Government Business talks to Hannah Blythyn about the 2020 ban on single use plastics in Wales and ambitions for zero waste by 2050

Lee Marshall looks at how local authorities are quantifying the impact of emerging waste policy upon recycling and waste management services

There is a basic issue about what is and isn’t recyclable. Lee Marshall explores current sorting infrastructure and reprocessing capacity in the UK

Bigger, better and more collaborative, RWM is tailor-made for policymakers from central and local government. Event director Nicola Meadows previews the show

Following the recent General Election, Lee Marshall considers what the future waste and resource policy in the UK may look like

Time to change the way we collect rubbish?

Lee Marshall discusses the possibility of pay to throw as well as circular economy thinking.

Steve Lee, of the Chartered Institiute of Waste Management, advises that the policy landscape for waste and recycling should be a major consideration for local authorities.

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