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Welcome to Commercial Waste

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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Waste Management News

Biffa joins OPRL scheme to promote clearer labelling for recycling

A food label, showing nutritional information for food.

Biffa, the UK’s leading sustainable waste management business, is delighted to confirm it has joined OPRL (On-Pack Recycling Label).

The not-for-profit organisation aims to deliver simple and consistent recycling labels for packaging on goods, in order to help consumers recycle more effectively and ultimately help to increase the UK’s recycling rates.


Can Tesla ever achieve zero emissions?


Tesla has been praised as the pioneer in the electric vehicle industry, but is the company doing its best to save the planet from carbon emissions?

Tesla has been praised as the pioneer in the electric vehicle industry and one of the key drivers behind the zero-carbon economy in the field of transportation.

Controversially, its target market segment is not the fuel-conscious, but the rich and affluent that are not price-sensitive.

While Tesla has declared its...