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French recycling industry struggles to cope

with year-end landfill capacity bottlenecks

(F) – Many French landfills have already accepted as much waste for disposal as their operating permits allow for this year, leaving the country’s recycling and waste management companies without a disposal outlet for their... more

Upcoming EUWID market

reports in the next issue

Our year-end extra edition of EUWID Recycling & Waste Management will appear next Wednesday, 19 December, in order to ensure that our readers have all the latest market reports before the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. This final... more

European recycling industry calls for

viable solution for chemicals issues

(EU) – The problems with the recast of the EU Regulation on persistent organic pollutants (POPs) demonstrate the urgent need to improve the interface between waste, products and chemicals legislation, according to the European recycling... more

Energy recovery facilities power Viridor’s

underlying earnings growth in its first half

(UK) – In the first half of its 2018/19 financial year, the British company Viridor achieved a 4 per cent increase in underlying revenue, bringing the figure to £422.3m (ca. €473m). This "underlying revenue" includes... more

Financial investors Equitix and Iona Capital

take over waste to energy project in England

(UK) – Investors Equitix and Iona Capital have announced that they will co-fund a waste to energy plant to be built in Somerset in the southwest of England. With a planned throughput of 100,000 tonnes of commercial waste and municipal... more

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