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Waste Planning Bulletin 21 July 2019

Welcome to the Waste Planning Bulletin, delivering the latest news, features and updates on applications and appeals.

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Bin-blocking drivers face parking fines in Edinburgh 15 July 2019, by Maxine Perella The City of Edinburgh Council has launched a campaign to combat the problem of parked vehicles blocking access to street bins for waste collection. Bin-blocking drivers face parking fines in Edinburgh
Going ‘all in’ on deposit returns could boost economy by £2bn 15 July 2019, by Maxine Perella An 'all-in' deposit return scheme (DRS) could generate £2bn for the economy over 10 years, according to the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE).
Jail term for woman in waste crime role
Change for council waste partnership in the south-east
Levenseat secures more capacity to meet landfill diversion demand
Food waste recycling in Scotland leaps to record high
Birmingham council selects consultancy to oversee waste review
NLWA campaign targets nappy contamination in recycling
Casework – Applications
Growth of inert waste recycling facility allowed at Norfolk industrial estate
Inert waste recycling and landfill operation allowed in Essex green belt
Longer hours for metal recycling site refused owing to noise concerns
Site visit proposed for new energy recovery facility in Lancashire
Green waste throughput and vehicle movements increased at composting site
Casework – Appeals
Amendments to AD plant approved on appeal
Knowledge Bank
Towards a contaminant-free future 12 June 2019, by Aldous Hicks Technologies that prevent contamination by allowing consumers to accurately separate materials before collection are among the innovations that will help the UK move towards a closed-loop recycling system, predicts Aldous Hicks Towards a contaminant-free future
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