Landfill Regulations Articles

  • Enhanced waste-management practices reduce carbon emissions and support lower landfill taxes

    Landfill taxes and ‘enhanced waste management’ practices have been introduced to reduce the amount of waste that goes to landfill and to convert waste into useful products. This study investigated the interplay of these two policy options in Belgium, generating findings that could help Europe move towards a resource-efficient, circular economy. Landfill taxes and ‘enhanced waste ...

  • Instant Loss on Ignition Results for Trommel Fines

    Cost-effective compliance with landfill tax regimes Many issues have been raised with HMRC’s proposed Loss on Ignition (LOI) testing regime for landfill taxes, including concerns that tests will take too long to be actionable and will cost too much to perform with any regularity. This may indeed be true for samples sent to a laboratory, but there is an alternative: the ...


    By Arizona Instrument LLC

  • Recovery, Recycling and Revenues

    Earlier this year, the UK’s Local Government Association (LGA) revealed that almost 615,000 tonnes of material is disposed of in England, even though it can be reused. It was calculated that by reusing this household waste, British tax payers could save up to £60 million. Most industries produce some form of waste whether it’s broken machinery, surplus food, or unused packaging. ...


    By GPT Waste Management Ltd

  • Home advisors: helping the public take responsibility for their recyclables!

    The UK is in a period of rapid transition as local authorities focus their attention on the need to divert significant proportions of their household waste from landfill so that their obligations under the EU Landfill Directive are met. This cannot be achieved without the support of the residents who must accept the strategies in place and use the services offered. Over the last decade a great ...


    By Waste Advantage Magazine

  • Source separation trends in the UK

    THE past 15 years have seen significant investment and development of the biowaste collection and treatment industry in the United Kingdom (UK), which has gone from virtually zero to an industry worth over £160 million (264.6 million USD). Driving this investment have been a number of regulatory and fiscal measures such as the first set of Landfill Directive targets due in 2010. Since 1999, the ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • The quality of National Implementation of the Waste Landfill Directive

    Untitled Document Executive Summary The information contained in this report aims to achieve a ‘snapshot’ of where we are with the implementation ...

  • An EEB Snapshot Report `The quality of National Implementation of the Waste Landfill Directive

    The information contained in this report aims to achieve a ‘snapshot’ of where we are with the implementation of the waste landfilling directive, form the perspective of the environmental non-governmental organisations (ENGOs) working on national and local waste policies. The sample of the countries covered includes 13 countries covering all regions of the EU25 – the North and Nordic, the ...

  • Investors in Recycling

    Untitled Document As we move into a new financial year key legislative drivers combined with a shift in the relative costs of waste ...

  • Is this the end of dig & dump?

    Kevin Eaton, a Principal in ENVIRON's Leeds, UK, office,highlights the potentially huge cost implications arising from the next phase of the UK Landfill Directive ...


    By ENVIRON

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