Today we look at coverage of our announcements on the new 10p single-use carrier bag charge and consultation launch on consistent recycling collections in England.
Changes to transform the waste and resources sector move a step closer.
Our response to the Independent's report that Britain’s largest café chain, Costa Coffee, ‘obstructively lobbied’ the government against introducing a charge for single-use coffee cups.
Today we're looking at coverage of an announcement by the Malaysian Government of their intention to repatriate more than 3,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste to the UK and other countries.
Today we look at coverage of the latest official statistics on UK household and packaging waste recycling for 2017.
Today's blog looks at a parliamentary motion to ban the export of plastic waste, as well as the Environment Agency's response to an electrical waste exports report.
On today's blog we're looking at a piece in the Mail on Sunday exploring the scope of fly-tipping in England, and the number of people prosecuted for the crime.
We look at the Environment Secretary's visit to a waste-fighting primary school and the Environment Agency's consultation on the future of the close season for coarse fishing.
Following a joint investigation between the Environment Agency and Greater Manchester Police, a lorry driver has been jailed for 12 months for dumping 100 tonnes of illegal waste at the site of the Kingfisher Special School, Oldham.
The Environment Secretary addressed 200 leaders from business, government, and academia who came together at today’s Waste to Wealth summit.