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Trotec and TKL support people after the flood

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As parts of Great Britain have heavily been affected by extraordinary amounts of rainfall recently the cleaning up has started. Many houses and flats in Wales and the South of England have been flooded. As well-experienced service partners in the fields of construction drying and dehumidification Tr…

FLAG Press Release re: Owen Paterson Visit to Somerset Levels

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The Flooding on the Levels Action Group (FLAG) feels cautiously optimistic following the visit to Somerset by Owen Paterson. His announcement that a plan will be drawn up within 6 weeks to tackle the flooding in the Somerset Levels is a step in the right direction, but there is a fear that it wil…

The Waste King invades Britain!

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The World’s biggest name in waste disposal units Waste King is now launching an attack on Britain’s kitchen waste.  The Hunter Fan Company Ltd has been appointed the UK and EC distributors for the brand.  Waste King has led the global market for over 50 years with an unrivalled reputation for …

Inca Peruvian Mining’s new processing plant may reduce production costs by 50%

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Inca Peruvian Mining, Ltd. ("Inca Mining" or the "Company") is pleased to announce that its joint venture partner has secured a contractor to complete the construction and installation of the new processing plant. The location of the site is perfect as it is within 15 kilometers of the mine and c…

THUMBS UP FOR WASTE PARTNERSHIP-Sandwell Council

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Sandwell Council’s ground breaking waste partnership with Serco has been praised by a Government minister. Local Government Minister Brandon Lewis paid a visit to the borough today (June 4 th). He was given a whistle stop tour of the partnership’s brand new waste transfer station in Eagle …

Tackling regulatory changes for effective site investigation

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The revised statutory guidance for Part 2A and changes to the planning regime have presented significant challenges to local authorities, consultants and contractors in interpreting new regulations for site investigation, and this will be one of the issues covered at the Brownfield Briefing Site Inv…

Brussels Backs European Ban on Landfill Usage

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A European-wide ban on landfill has moved a step closer after it was given the green light by Brussels. A European Commission report recently revealed that countries like Belgium, Denmark and Germany sent less than 3% of their waste to landfill in 2010, but in the UK the figure was 48% and some o…

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Small Scale Renewable Projects to Get the Support They Need

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Thanks to an about turn by the Government, small scale renewable energy projects in the UK will not be excluded from support. The Renewables Obligation scheme (RO) places an obligation on the country’s electricity suppliers to source a percentage of their energy from renewable sources. Earlier …

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Poorer Areas Paying More as Energy Costs Rise

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A recent survey announced results that lower income families in poorer areas are paying higher energy costs than areas with a higher income and standard of living. Areas in North Wales and Merseyside have some of the highest poverty levels in the UK, yet pay on average £1,400 per year. This is c…

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