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03 July 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

WRG are still the largest landfill company in Great Britain, with an estimated 23% of the market.

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03 July 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

Bodycote Health Sciences have claimed that many companies are still confused by the concept of waste classification and compliance testing — part of the new Waste Acceptance Criteria (WAC) that...

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03 July 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

According to BDS Marketing Research Ltd, 70 landfill sites in Great Britain are expected to close within the next two years.

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03 July 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

Kent Soils and Composts Ltd have recouped a £75,000 investment in less than 12 months.

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03 July 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

The recycling sector has some unique characteristics that require a distinctive approach when it comes to providing business support, according to Dr Bevis Watts, head of business support at WRAP...

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03 July 2006 | Plant & Equipment

What used to be Burtonwood Air Base, originally a World War II aerodrome and then a US airbase for materials storage on the outskirts of Warrington, is being turned into an ‘urban village’ by...

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03 July 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

England’s World War II airfields still have a lot to offer. Some have been redeveloped for industrial uses and, for many sites, their historical importance has been recognized and retained.

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Scottish concrete-block manufacturers Brand & Rae have found the evidence they were looking for after successful trials showed that recycled glass does provide a commercially viable and...

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03 July 2006 | Plant & Equipment

DUO Equipment have supplied Eco Aggregates with a full washing and water-management plant for their operation at a disused quarry near Welwyn Garden City.

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03 July 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

Nearly 100 new aggregate recycling plants have commenced operation in the last two years, with a further 50 schemes pending planning decisions.

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01 July 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

IN its response to Defra’s consultation on the Review of Waste Strategy, the British Aggregates Association says it is ‘regrettable’ that the main emphasis appears to be on determining ‘when a...

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01 April 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

TARMAC and Churngold Transport and Recycling Ltd, the South West’s largest bulk earthworks contractor and the region’s market leader in the production of recycled aggregates, have formed a joint-...

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01 April 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

A QUALITY protocol for the production of aggregates recovered from inert waste in Northern Irelandhas been published by WRAP.

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01 March 2006 | Aggregate Recycling

NEW research, funded by WRAP (the Waste & Resources Action Programme) and supported by Tarmac, is being carried out to test the performance of hydraulically bound materials (HBMs) using...

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01 March 2006 | Plant & Equipment

DUO Equipment have supplied and commissioned a new full washing and water-management plant for ECO Aggregates in Colchester.

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