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News: 2004

Here are some news stories from around the world, published in 2004. Simply click on the title to read the article:

November - December 2004
Charity raises £100, 000 through recycling
Bags don't grow on trees
Tesco launches first fully automated recycling machine
Alcas adopts corn-based ice cream packaging
Boidegradable PLA packaging launch
Dumfries & Galloway sign contract with Shanks
Recycling services expanded thanks to £54,500
Australia recycles seafood waste
50% of US food goes to waste
Glasgow man honoured for reuse scheme
INCREASE Programme - applications forms available now
£8M boost to cut waste packaging
Environment in your pocket
Welsh municipal solid waste survey
September - October 2004
New high rise scheme rolls out in Falkirk
SEPA policy priorities
£33 million for Welsh business
International best practice in preventing and reducing MSW
Helping Community Groups Create Wealth from their Waste
Tayside launches new Recycling Centres and Points campaign
CIBA plans plastic packaging innovations launch
Be waste aware in West Dunbartonshire
£35O million to improve recycling facilities
Cost- Competitive Bio-degradable Packaging Tape Developed
MacDonald"Recycles for Scotland " with new target and funding
Retailers Back National Campaign to Boost Recycling
Are you recycling for Scotland?
The National Recycling Awards 2004
£2.5 million recycling funds for Scotland
‘Implementing Change’ Scottish Waste Industry Conference and Awards Dinner 2004
Landfill rubbish recycled into £250,000 for scout groups
Asahi Drops PET Bottle Plans
Funding for waste reduction
Waste management on the agenda at major conference
Master composter launch
New Waste Water Treatment Promises Processing Cost Cuts
Waste Aware Cross Border!
Midlothian Residents Invited to Meeting on Waste Management
SEPA produce guidelines for Thermal Treatment of Municipal Waste
Matthew Pinsent urges England residents to recycle as part of new £multi-million campaign
Babies give the future the bums-up
Strategic waste funds - Community support (£5 million fund)
Eco Schools release autumn newsletter
Angus Council to recycle for kids
Try Before You Buy
Green Solutions to Electronic Waste
39,000 households in West Lothian now able to recycle at home
UK Food Sector Going Green?
US Demand for Produce Packaging to Increase
July - August 2004
SWF Announcement
No waste in time as Dundee invests recycling cash
How the ban on co-disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste affects farmers
Landfill windfall of £1 million for good causes
Funding for Argyll & Bute and Inverclyde
£100,000 to reduce waste in Wales
New battery recycling facility
Environment Minister praises success of Perth and Kinross' Composting Programme
Soggy Lettuce
Inverurie Environment Day
WRAP'S new recycling campaign for England

Kraft Foods reduce waste water

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WRAP'S new composting training programme
SWAG's brand new waste awareness display game!
Smith Anderson becomes UK’s First Carton Recycling Plant
SEPA National MSW Analysis Methodology Consultation
Northern Ireland Waste Strategy
Waste Not Want Not
West Lothian’s kerbside recycling service set to expand
Food Manufacturer's Improving Environmental Performance
Combating Junk Mail in Wales
CRNS launch Furniture Reuse Website
May - June 2004
Funding for Glasgow and Clyde Valley
Biodegradable Plastic has arrived!
Winners of Glasgow's Rosebowl and Superbowl announced
Frequently Asked Questions
Read I.T. and W.E.E.E.P.
Improved recycling facilities for Dundee
Scottish Island's Funding
Welsh Assembly increases awareness of the WEEE Directive
World Environment Day
Wake up to waste - Northern Ireland
New Funding for Community Group Recycling
WRAP's 3-Year Plan
Waste Aware Grampian Reduce Reuse Recycle Guide to help you sort it
Council and Yellow Pages want us to recycle sandcastles
January - April 2004
Pesticide Withdrawal
Compost Awareness Week
'Sort It' nominated for the New Statesman New Media Awards 2004
Do a little, Change a lot (DALCAL) campaign continues to make headlines
Grampian Recycling Centres and Points Campaign Launch
West Lothian Recycling Success Sparks Expansion
New Recycling Focus on Annual Lowland Canals Litter Challenge
West Lothian Council - News Release
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