Highfields Amateur Boxing Club, a Doncaster boxing club, which helps young people around Adwick, Bentley and beyond, has been saved from the brink of closure – thanks to the support of a significant local business donation.
Simon Walker, Director of SJW Enviro Consulting Ltd, reminds people and companies who own, operate or have control over lifting equipment of their obligations regarding the Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER).
The International Automobile Recycling Congress (IARC) celebrates its 20th anniversary this year in Geneva next week, from 23rd to 25th June. Last days to register!
SYNETIQ, the UK’s largest integrated salvage and vehicle recycling company, has achieved a bronze accreditation from the Carbon Literacy Project. As the first company in the sector to have achieved the award, the Bronze accreditation further underlines SYNETIQ’s commitment to furthering sustainability.
The consultation for the attendance requirements for technically competent managers (TCMs) has now been launched by the Environment Agency (EA) and is relevant for various waste sectors, including ELV recycling sites.
Slicker Recycling – a specialist Midlands oil and waste recycling firm has been shortlisted for a prestigious industry award.
HSSMI has joined Ultramax, an established battery manufacturer and distributor, in a six-month study called Li-BAR to determine the feasibility of establishing co-located battery pack assembly and remanufacturing facilities. It is anticipated that co-locating the sites will provide opportunities to optimally use batteries toughout their lives, maximise value leveraged from components tough reuse, minimise operational and capital costs, and reduce waste.
Nine colleagues from the SYNETIQ’s Client team completed a ‘100 squats a day in May’ challenge – raising funds for housing and homelessness charity Shelter.
Robin Edwards, owner of ONIS Consulting, and consultant to Industry and Law Enforcement agencies, and currently working with the British Transport Police, looks at what is being done to combat the rise in metal related crime, including CAT theft.
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