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One of the most influential and prominent waste and recycling online trade magazines in the UK. Dedicated to the writing and reporting of breaking waste and recycling news, Commercial Waste covers a multitude of waste management and recycling topics – helping to guide businesses, both large and small, through the latest legislations and legal requirements.

In an ever changing world, Commercial Waste Magazine prides itself in its ability to provide reliable and trustworthy waste management guidance to companies and individuals throughout the UK. Covering niche but crucial topics such as toxic waste, pharmaceutical waste, and biomedical waste, Commercial Waste covers every aspect of the industry. Additionally, we are proud to discuss and report associated topics and influences concerning waste management, including climate change, politics, science, and technological innovation.

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Pioneering #FoodSavvy campaign launched to tackle food waste in East Anglia

BECCLES, SUFFOLK, UK, JULY 2018 - The Caxton Arms public house in the market town of Beccles, Suffolk, UK


With the average East Anglian family wasting £810 of edible food per year, a pioneering campaign has been launched to help combat the issue of food waste in the region.

Norfolk and Suffolk councils have joined forces with environmental charity Hubbub to launch Food Savvy, a campaign that aims to take significant steps towards cutting food waste across both counties.

The initial stage will...

New breed of drinking fountain on the rise as efforts grow to reduce use of plastic bottles


Summer 2017 has seen a tipping point in the battle to reduce the growing environmental problems caused by single use plastic bottles.

In August, Borough Market became the latest big name destination to introduce a new breed of public drinking fountain, announcing plans to stop the sale of single use...