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A selection of news stories and insightful comment from around the environment resource industry curated by our team and ESA members.

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Climate and Energy Policy Advisor, Charlotte Rule, looks at the recent CCC report and what more the industry can do to further decarbonise the sector.
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ESA Executive Director, Jacob Hayler, explores how re-shoring the reprocessing of secondary plastics will reduce waste crime
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A duo of long-awaited government announcements signals how the waste industry will tackle some of the biggest issues in our sector. While some elements are welcomed, others could have been better thought through, argues the ESA’s Policy and Public Affairs Officer, Isabel Clifford
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In this article, ESA Member Specialist Risk Group, backed up by their 2022 risk survey results, looks at how to prevent collisions in your fleet with risk management tips from their insurance specialists.
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Advetec’s chief strategic development officer explains why moving waste up the thermal value chain is an investment in the circular economy and a means to reduce waste-disposal costs and carbon emissions
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ESA has been pushing for many years for much more rigorous and effective regulation to discourage criminals from operating in our sector, and to clamp down hard on those that do, writes Sam Corp, ESA Head of Regulation
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Will the Plastic Packaging Tax tip the market balance away from virgin plastics, asks the Environment Services Association’s Executive Director
The ESA is pleased to launch a new tool that aims to foster greater collaboration between Energy-from-Waste (EfW) operators and heat network developers, with the goal of delivering more low-carbon heat from EfW to district heating networks in future – contributing towards the UK’s net-zero goals and addressing the significant challenges of decarbonising the way we heat homes and buildings.
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Amid political turmoil at Number 10 last week the government released its long-awaited levelling up white paper, setting out plans to deliver on the Conservative 2019 manifesto promise to bring greater economic equality to regions across the United Kingdom – closing the gap between richer and poorer areas by 2030.
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Sam Corp, Head of Regulation at ESA, looks at the fresh challenges posed by COVID-19 to the recycling and waste sector as we enter 2021.
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Julien Grolée, Recycling Policy Advisor at ESA, looks at the implications that new trade agreements and regulations will have on the import and export activity upon which the UK recycling and waste industry relies.
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Jacob Hayler, ESA Executive Director, looks at what it will take to achieve the next step-change in our national journey towards higher recycling rates and how the Government’s Resources and Waste Strategy must make up for lost time during the pandemic.
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Sam Corp, Head of Regulation at ESA, comments on the most recent BBC Panorama piece on the impact that fly-tipping is having on the UK environmental and social health.