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Playing by the Waste rules

30 September 2015

Segregation of materials at collection and sorting demonstrates compliance with new obligations This year the Environment Agency (EA) applied a revised Waste Framework Directive to promote high quality recycling amongst waste management companies in the UK. New collection obligations came into force in January 2015 and require that waste collectors separate paper, glass, plastic and […]

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Fuelling Europe by Converting London’s Waste To Energy

22 August 2015

Waste to Energy: McGrath now supplies high-quality RDF to four major incineration plants on the continent Due to the quality and quantity of our Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) product from our Waste to Energy facility the McGrath Group has signed agreements with three new RDF outlets in mainland Europe. The Company has been supplying RDF to recovery […]

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Perfect Partners for waste operators around London

22 August 2015

McGrath regularly manages wastes from a number of operators based within the M25 who are drawn to the ease and efficiency with which the company handles and processes their excess wastes.

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Restoring tranquility

12 August 2015

McGrath steps in to assist London park McGrath was called in to resolve a major fly tipping problem at a London park in June this year.  The rubbish covered over 100m in some places and was presenting a hazard to the public. The job was won on tender and decided on by price.  However, by […]

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Washing-up

12 August 2015

A joint venture between McGrath and the Port of London Authority results in a new understanding of the destinations for Thames litter With waste deposited in the Thames and along the foreshore an environmental hazard as well as an eyesore, McGrath was pleased to be able to show a team from the  Port of London […]

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A CLOCS champion

12 August 2015

McGrath joins industry initiative to protect vulnerable road users. Between 2008 and 2013, 55% of cyclist fatalities in London involved a heavy goods vehicle.  In 2012 Transport for London commissioned an independent review of the construction sector’s transport activities to understand the causes of these collisions and how they may be prevented. The Construction Logistics […]

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