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UK organics sector challenges EU over compost and digestate quality

UK organics sector challenges EU over compost and digestate quality | Recycling News Channel | OrganicStream.org | Scoop.it

"Organics recyclers in the UK are challenging plans to update the regulation on fertilisers across the EU, saying End-of-Waste (EoW) proposals cause “much concern”

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UK pushing back  against the new End Of Waste EU regulations - which some say will lead to additional burdens on the UK industry.

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Food companies unhappy with FDA feed proposal

Food companies unhappy with FDA feed proposal | Recycling News Channel | OrganicStream.org | Scoop.it
Expired marshmallows, broken crackers, stale donuts, even orange peels are among the billions of pounds of would-be waste that help feed livestock every year.By regularly diverting its waste in this way, the food industry prevents millions of tons of greenhouse gases from being released into the atmosphere, but an obscure proposal under a 2011 food...
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Is this another instance of uncoordinated and badly thought-out regulation that may hinder the ability of those on the ground to act sustainably?

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Materials Facility regulations pose significant challenges | Resource magazine | The best daily news and features in recycling

Materials Facility regulations pose significant challenges | Resource magazine | The best daily news and features in recycling | Recycling News Channel | OrganicStream.org | Scoop.it
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Debate about the new regulations for recycling facilities in the UK:


"The introduction of mandatory sampling for MFs will force changes to recycling communications, as well as present health and safety challenges at materials recovery facilities, attendees heard."

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