Reports published this month show the value of focusing on waste prevention - measure it and act!
How can steel production remain competitve in Western Europe? This was the starting point for a series of talks which stimulated lively discussion, including a presentation by the Centre for Remanufacturing & Reuse's Rachel Waugh.
Recovery of critical materials and precious metals from electrical and electronic waste (WEEE) is of huge importance to the UK economy. Oakdene Hollins believes a holistic approach is required.
An inquiry has been launched into the EU’s contribution to food waste prevention, which will look at food waste along the supply chain, from farm to fork, across Europe.
“This new research from WRAP can help deliver significant benefits for businesses and the environment." Richard Swanell, Director at WRAP.
Oakdene Hollins is registered to EMS ISO 14001:2004. The international standard that specifies a process for controlling and improving an organisation's environmental performance