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ECA: Taxpayers often forced

to foot the bill for pollution

(EU) – Even though the polluter pays principle (PPP) requires that polluters should bear the costs of their environmental pollution, taxpayers are often left footing the bill for clean-up work, according to a new special report from the... more

UK loosens quarantine rules for some waste workers

(UK) – The British government plans to carve out exceptions to quarantine rules for employees in certain critical services occupations, including waste management, after staff shortages across multiple sectors forced local authorities to... more

Commission to renew push for

standardised mobile chargers

(EU) – The EU Commission wants to present a proposal for standardised mobile phone chargers in early autumn, a Commission spokeswoman has confirmed. The Brussels authority has been working on the issue for a long time, but the topic was... more

Companies and institutions appearing in the current issue

Ahlström Capital 2

Amey 1

A.R.T. 4


Covanta 3


Department of Health and Social Care, UK 12


EERA (European Electronics Recyclers Association)... more

Industry bodies‘ report proposes measures

to stop fires caused by lithium batteries

(EU) – Lithium batteries are being used in an ever wider a range of devices. With their increasing popularity, the risk of fires caused by these batteries is also growing. Hardly a week goes by without a report of fires ignited by lithium... more

Textiles recycler Infinited Fiber raises another €30m of financing

(FIN) – After completing its latest financing round, Finnish start-up Infinited Fiber Company now wants to build its first plant to produce fibres from waste textiles. The company had announced in April it was looking for a suitable site... more

Stena investing €25m in new recycling

plant for lithium batteries from EVs

(S) – The recycling of used lithium batteries from electric vehicles (EVs) is a fast-growing market. In the past few weeks alone, three more recycling plant projects in Europe were announced. Stena Recycling wants to build a plant in... more

Schnitzer posts best results "in over a decade"

(USA) – Schnitzer Steel posted its best financial and operational results in over a decade in its recently ended financial third quarter, CEO Tamara Lundgren told investors at the earnings call on 30 June. The Oregon-based recycler and... more

Suez Board recommends shareholders

accept takeover offer from Veolia

(F) – The planned takeover of the French environmental services group Suez by its competitor Veolia has moved a step closer to completion. On 29 June, the groups’ boards of directors both voted in favour of the binding purchase... more

US scrap recycler Liberty Iron & Metal sells off more locations

(PRC, USA) –The US scrap recycler Liberty Iron & Metal is parting ways with more sites. Its parent firm, Chiho Environmental Group, announced in late June that it was selling property and inventory, such as shredders and other... more

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