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09 February 2017
The energy and utilities sector requires 221,000 new recruits by 2027, in order to provide the essential services its customers seek and the infrastructure the UK needs for its economic growth.
01 February 2017
re3 introduced a charging system for some types of non-household waste at the end of September 2016. Though the legal capacity to introduce such charges has existed for several years, the decision was finally taken by re3 at a time when many Council budgets are facing severe challenges and where there is a real need to make essential savings in waste management to support other core services. Since their introduction, the new arrangements at re3 recycling centres have worked well. The re3 Councils would like to thank residents for their support and understanding of why these charges, and the other changes brought in during 2016, were needed.
09 January 2017
The post-Christmas diet and detox is a common new year’s resolution, with many people starting 2017 with good intentions to eat less and lose weight. Berkshire Waste management partnership re3 is asking residents to also think about wasting less food as a way to save money while losing pounds.
06 January 2017
Following a competitive tender process, FCC Environment has been confirmed by Barrow-in-Furness Borough Council as its preferred supplier for Refuse, Recycling and Street Cleansing throughout the Borough.
15 December 2016
In a new online survey, Bracknell Forest, Reading and Wokingham residents are being asked what would help them to waste less food.
17 November 2016
FCC Environment Ltd (FCC) one of the UK’s leading waste management companies along with their strategic partner Provectus Remediation Ltd (Provectus), a specialist in the treatment of contaminated soils, are delighted to announce the launch of a new hazardous soil treatment facility at Rowley Regis in the West Midlands.
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