NISP and Landfilling Tyres In case you have not heard of NISP, and how that organisation got involved with landfilling tyres to UK landfills, here is an explanation: Industrial Symbiosis brings together companies from all business sectors with the aim of improving cross industry resource efficiency by exchanging materials, energy and water and sharing assets, logistics […]
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This well researched article should clarify a great deal about frugal tyre use and tyre recycling. By Ken McEvoy (written in 2005?) Under European Law it is no longer possible to dump car tyres into landfill sites which means we have to find a solution to the problem of what to do with old tyres […]
Every now and again an idea comes along which seems so obvious that you wonder why nobody thought of it before, and the BSI PAS 108: Specification for production of tyre bales for use in construction, is one of those. This simple act should revolutionise the use of tyre bales in civil engineering and landscape applications, […]
The following is a list of the top 20 UK Waste Consultants 2014 from a 2013 survey, taken from the 2014 NCE Consultants File, which was produced from a questionnaire completed by all UK consultants who wished to submit their details. The list is in descending order with the highest turnover companies at the top. 1 […]
The following is a list of the top 20 UK Consultants for 2013, taken from the 2014 NCE Consultants File, which was produced from a questionnaire which was completed by all the larger UK Consultants in 2013. The list is in descending order with the highest turnover companies at the top. 1 URS 2 AECOM […]
The following is a list of the top 20 UK Water Contractors for 2013, taken from the 2012 NCE Contractors File, which was produced from a questionnaire which was completed by UK Civil Engineering Contractors in 2012. The list is in descending order with the highest turnover companies at the top. 1 Balfour Beatty 2 Costain […]
The following is a list of the top 20 UK Civil Engineering Contractors for 2013, taken from the 2012 NCE Contractors File, which was produced from a questionnaire which was completed by UK Civil Engineering Contractors in 2012. The list is in descending order with the highest turnover companies at the top. 1 Balfour Beatty […]
The question “How Many Landfills are There?” is one which has often been addressed to “The Landfill Site”. Please tell us if you know better, but as far as we know, nobody is keeping a record of how many landfills exist currently which are open and operating in the world, let alone keeping a list […]
Children (and Adults!) Benefit From Visits to Landfill Site Environmental Resource Centres Landfills traditionally have a reputation as unpleasant places, but many modern landfills are throwing off that image and building Landfill Site Environmental Resource Centres, for school and pre-school children to learn about sustainable principles of waste management. Both teachers and children that have have dropped […]
Reducing Carbon Emissions from Landfill is important to reduce the impact of waste disposal on climate change, the Carbon Credit Trading scheme has been introduced to help the poorer countries fund this change. It is all about methane. Methane, the second most prevalent greenhouse gas after carbon dioxide, is emitted in large quantities from modern […]
A so called, “One Stop Shop” for the environmental regulation of sites operated by the waste management industry in the UK, was introduced in 2008 in the UK for Environmental Permits by Defra UK, and similar simplification measures were adopted in Wales and Scotland. Until this act of reguatory simplification, waste facility operators may have […]
You might assume that waste is everything we don’t want any more. However, the waste that construction site workers create on site can be considerably reduced if re-use, and recycling expertise is used to re-use or recycle it. What’s more, by careful segregation to avoid the presence of “other materials” within a waste type, the value […]
There has been a view in the construction industry that crushing concrete is really only for the large scale stationary crushers. But, never has that been further from the truth than now. Crushing concrete on site with a mini crusher is very viable and makes strong financial sense. Mini crushers can get into the smallest […]
It the developed nations it seems to be unfashionable to talk and write about landfills. The world has moved on and wants to talk about all those new technological developments which can turn waste into chic recycled goods, into energy to power our cars, fertilizer to grow food, and more. With the UK in step […]