360 Environmental
  22nd November 2011  

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NEXT TRAINING COURSES  Packaging Waste Regulations: 1st December - Sileby, Leics & 8th December - London


News (very quiet at the moment)

Localism Bill become law
Environmental Agencies publish CRC Performance League Tables
Defra announce EuP Regulatory Committee for Pumps and Consultation Forum on Coffee Machines
WRAP launches series of WEEE reuse protocols
WRAP publishes report updating UK food waste estimates
WRAP highlights household items reuse opportunities and launches new reuse tool
European Environment Agency update data services
European Commission publish 2012 Work Programme
Defra publish Guide to dealing with noise problems


New Consultations - previous ones here.

EA - Introducing Pollution Prevention: PPG1 - closes 27 Jan


Events - Details here

2 December - Towards Zero Waste - Cardiff


Prosecutions - details here (including all previous ones)

EA - Peterborough fly-tipper prosecuted - 15 Nov
NIEA - Ballygowan skip hire company fined £13k for waste offences - 17 Nov
 

PRNs 

The prices below are an indication of available spot prices for 2011 PRNs (last week in brackets). PRN price history shown here.  
Q3 data has pushed the price of aluminium PRNs down, but otherwise, there has been little change.

Material

 

2011 prices

Paper

 

.75 - 1 

Glass

 

(7-8)

Aluminium

 

2-3

Steel

 

2.50-3

Plastic

 

4.50-5

Wood

 

1.50-3

Net recycling

 

1.50-2

Net recovery

 

0.5-1


 

360 Environmental Training Courses

We have two more courses planned for this year as mentioned at the top. More details and booking arrangements are available here.

We are also able to provide standard and tailored training courses at customer sites. For more details, please contact Phil Conran.


Humour

Dan was a single guy living at home with his father and working in the family business. 
When he found out he was going to inherit a fortune when his sickly father died, he decided he needed to find a wife with whom to share his fortune. 
One evening, at an investment meeting, he spotted the most beautiful woman he had ever seen. Her natural beauty took his breath away. 
"I may look like just an ordinary guy," he said to her, "but in just a few years, my father will die and I will inherit $200 million." 
Intrigued and impressed, the woman asked for his business card; three weeks later she became his stepmother.
Moral of the story
Women are so much better at financial planning than men.
 
 

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