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Marketplace

  • Aquabio Movers & Shakers
    Aquabio

    Water treatment company raises funds for Sustrans cycling/walking charity

    A water re-use company has turned kilometres into pounds and donated funds to a charity which encourages people to walk and cycle.

  • ABB Air Quality
    ABB

    New ABB CEMS analyser offers all-in-one multiple measurement solution for combustion applications

    New multi-component analyser offers expanded all-in-one measurement capabilities for combustion gas stream monitoring

  • RWM 2017 Movers & Shakers
    RWM 2017

    Leading names share their sustainability solutions insights at RWM

    Speakers from M&S, WRAP, Adnams and The London Waste and Recycling Board will share their insights on future trends, policy and circular solutions. RWM brings together key industry stakeholders to discuss ways of unlocking sustainable wealth opportunities from the UK's resources. 

  • Eriez Waste Management
    Eriez

    All metals recovery with Eriez at RWM 2017

    Eriez will be showcasing their ECS module for complete ferrous and non-ferrous metals separation on stand 5P10-Q11 at the Recycling and Waste Management show taking place at the NEC, Birmingham from the 12th to 14th of September 2017.

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Legal

Severn Trent Water has been fined £426,000 for repeated raw sewage leaks in to the Shire Brook. The pollution incidents occurred on three separate occasions, and in the latest raw sewage sludge leaked out onto a hillside because of a blocked sewer.

A Leeds waste operator Terence Solomon Dugbo, with previous convictions for exporting waste to Nigeria, has been jailed for seven years and six months for defrauding the electrical waste recycling industry out of £2.2million by obtaining money via a Government-backed scheme.

Environmental law firm Leigh Day yesterday launched an 'Objectors Guide to Fracking' on the day that an application to start fracking at a site in Lancashire was rejected by councillors.

INTERPOL is calling on the assistance of the public to identify and locate nine wanted international individuals who are the subjects of Red Notices for crimes and violations against the environment. These include illegal fishing, wildlife trafficking, illegal trade and disposal of waste, illegal logging and trading in illicit ivory.

The Environmental Investigation Agency have found worrying evidence that smuggling of illegal refrigerants in disguise is threatening the much heralded recovery of the ozone layer, and they are presenting their findings to the 26th Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol in Paris this week.