Environment Agency

How do the New Wood Waste Regulations Impact You?

2024-01-17T16:48:57+00:00January 17th, 2024|Construction Waste, Demolition, Hazardous Waste, Health and Safety, Recycling|

How do the New Wood Waste Regulations Impact You? From September 2023, changes in the classification of some wood waste as hazardous have affected many of our clients. The construction industry especially is finding wood recycling trickier. But these changes aren’t as huge as first thought. What’s

West Sussex Cracks Down on Fly Tipping

2023-08-15T17:33:09+00:00August 8th, 2023|Chichester, Fly-tipped Waste, Health and Safety, RJS Waste Management Chichester, The Environment|

West Sussex Cracks Down on Fly Tipping. We know how much damage fly tipping can do to the environment and how the criminal offence increased during the pandemic. But we were pleased to read in the latest issue of Initiatives that Chichester District Council has been working with

How to Reduce Waste – Top Tips to Prevent, Reuse and Recycle

2023-03-07T09:55:43+00:00January 31st, 2023|Awareness Days, Business waste, Environment & Quality, Recycling, WEEE Recycling|

How to Reduce Waste – Top Tips to Prevent, Reuse and Recycle. To mark this year’s Old Stuff Day (2 March), we’re sharing some top tips on how to reduce waste. It’s time to cherish your old stuff and refer to the waste hierarchy that favours prevention,

How’s Your Flood Awareness This World Rivers Day?

2022-09-27T10:37:51+00:00August 24th, 2022|Awareness Days, Flood Damage Clearances, Hazardous Waste|

How’s Your Flood Awareness This World Rivers Day?   While we celebrate our waterways on World Rivers Day it’s also a good time to raise flood awareness. Flooding is the most prevalent natural disaster worldwide and causes gallons of damage. With 17% of England’s properties at risk

Are we Getting the Full WEEE Reuse Picture?

2022-07-08T16:10:26+00:00July 8th, 2022|Chichester, London, WEEE, WEEE Recycling, WEEE Waste|

Are we Getting the Full WEEE Reuse Picture? The waste management industry was slammed recently for exploiting a Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) reuse loophole. This allows WEEE exports to vulnerable countries under the guise that they’re detained for repair. But the WEEE reuse reality might

Environmental Services Association: Waste Crime Costs in England Soar by 53%

2022-09-21T11:51:52+00:00August 12th, 2021|Fly-tipped Waste, Hazardous Waste, Health and Safety, The Environment|

Environmental Services Association: Waste Crime Costs in England Soar by 53% A recent study by the Environmental Services Association (ESA) has revealed that the cost of waste crime in England has sky-rocketed over the last three years. Surging 53% since 2018/2019, the annual cost of waste-related crime,

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