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The ABI unveils ambitious Climate Change Roadmap

The Association of British Insurers’, in partnership with Boston Consulting Group, sets out an ambitious climate change roadmap including some key areas where ABI believe their sector can have a unique impact and where the ABI is committed to working collaboratively to help its customers and the stakeholders they work with across the economy adapt.

HSE releases annual workplace fatality figures for 2020/21

In all sectors covered in the report, provisional data recently released shows that a total of 142 workers were killed at work in Great Britain in 2020/21, an increase of 29 from the previous year, although, in the waste and recycling sector alone, the number of fatalities was three, which was lower than the previous five years.

IAA announces new Open Banking payment service for customers

IAA has made significant investments and rolled out new services to build upon its standing as a leader in salvage industry modernisation. Offering customers access to Payit™ by NatWest as part of the IAA UK e-commerce platform is yet another step forward.

Silverlake invests in its people

Investment in training and development is central to Silverlake Automotive Recycling’s [Silverlake] business and people strategy. Strengthening operations in transport and logistics, three team members have undertaken extended driver training and passed the DVSA test to become C+E licenced drivers. Reinforcing quality assurance in recycled, green parts, seven team members from dismantling, parts preparation and imaging have completed and passed the newly launched VRA Parts Grading course.

BMRA donates a further AccuVein machine to support children requiring medical care, through the local children’s charity, Dreamdrops

Following its donation of two children’s vein finding machines for use in the A&E department at Hinchingbrooke Hospital in 2019, Huntingdon-based British Metals Recycling Association (BMRA) has made a further donation to Cambridgeshire Community Service’s NHS Trust Specialist Community Nursing service by funding a third AccuVein machine to support practitioners working in the community.

DEFRA – ELV recycling targets extended

ATF Professional received confirmation from Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) that the deadline for end-of-life vehicle recycling targets has been extended to 1st September rather than the usual 1st July.