This weeks recyclind roundup features stories including data collected from 264 councils regarding their waste collections and recycling, a new company in Greece that reward people for recycling and a new bin which helps segregate waste without the need for manual handling.
This weeks recycling news features some big news on the future of recycling batteries within the UK, a new partnership for PepsiCo in the US to help increase recycling rates across the country and a story about a scheme in Northern Ireland to help build, schools and health clinics in West Africa.
This weeks recycling roundup features a story coming from Birmingham City Council where they are sending tonnes of recycling to landfill just to clear rubbish from the street, all this was down to a dispute between the council and refuse collectors, which has now entered its 4th week.
The biggest story coming out of the news this week has been the controversy that has rised in Sheffield regarding Veolia. A leak in the system allegedly showed that the company diverted material that was intended for recycling ending up going to the incinerator.
Bridgend Council are still in the news this week but for all the wrong reasons, we covered it a couple of weeks ago and still residents are not happy with the service they are paying with, especially if their waste is containing used nappies,
Recycling is in the news on a daily occurance in many different capacities, this series' takes a look at what news has made the headlines this week from around the world, from Starbucks lauching a new coffee cup recycling scheme to a rocket launcher being found at a recycling centre.
Our take this week on the recycling news from around the globe, covering low recycling rates in some parts of London to a Brazilian woman who collected recycling materials to pay for her son to go school in Europe.
If you live in Wales, you may have seen people dressed as Bananas, this is just one of the stories that have appeared in the news for last week, and if you live in Reading, you may have been one of the houses whos recyclables were not collected.
A roundup of this weeks stories include a recycling centre in Carmarthenshire is set to close after they failed to agree a new contract with the local council forcing residents to take their waste to a recycling bank until new arrangements are in place.
In this weeks edition of Reycling Roundup we feature one of the biggest stories to originate from last week, a new plant in West Bromwich has opened up which enables the site the facility to recycle, nappies as well as feminie hygiene products, which when in landfill can take up to 500 years to degrade naturally