Welsh Businesses Will Have To Recycle More Under New Legislation

Welsh Businesses Will Have To Recycle More Under New Legislation 18 May 2015, 9:34 PM Article taken from Green Building Press The Welsh government is in the process of putting together an Environment Bill. The overarching aims of which are to put in place legislation that will enable Wales’ resources to be managed in a more proactive, sustainable and joined-up way and to establish the...
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New recycling law to hit schools, hospitals and businesses in Wales

New recycling law to hit schools, hospitals and businesses in Wales Welsh businesses, schools and hospitals will have to separate their waste for recycling under new legislation. The Environment (Wales) Bill, introduced today, will also challenge the Welsh Government to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% in the next 35 years. ‘Delivering for future generations’ Natural resources...
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Three bin bag campaign reduces city rubbish collection by 25%

Three bin bag campaign reduces city rubbish collection by 25% By South Wales Evening Post | Posted: April 18, 2015 SWANSEA has made a giant leap forward in meeting Welsh Government recycling targets, as latest figures reveal the amount of black bags placed out for collection around the city has reduced by more than 25 per cent in 12 months. The sharp reduction has been achieved following the...
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Residents urged to join campaign to stop junk mail

Residents urged to join campaign to stop junk mail First published Monday 23 March 2015 in News GWENT residents are being urged to join a campaign to stop unwanted junk mail being delivered through their doors. According to Recycle for Wales, found that the average home in Wales receives 453 pieces of unwanted mail a year. The organisation wants people to sign up to the Mail Preference Service...
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Higher activity radioactive waste policy: Welsh Government consultation

Higher activity radioactive waste policy: Welsh Government consultation Bond Dickinson LLP Victoria Redman and Claire Rees United Kingdom November 20 2014 Support for nuclear power stations in Wales Radioactive waste is a devolved matter in Wales so the Welsh Government is responsible for determining the policy for the disposal of radioactive waste. The policy document Energy Wales: A Low Carbon...
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Garden waste bag collection in Swansea sprouts row

Garden waste bag collection in Swansea sprouts row By South Wales Evening Post | Posted: November 02, 2014 SWANSEA Council’s garden waste collection scheme has sprouted a row after homeowner David Chudleigh’s bags went uncollected. The 73-year-old had been working on preparing his Wimmerfield Crescent garden for the winter, which included pulling up any summer flowers that had...
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