360 Environmental
  13th June 2014  

360 Newsletter

360 Training courses

We have two Whistlestop Waste Training days coming up - 25th June and 9th July.

If you are unsure about how current and future regulations may affect you, this might be the course for you. £150 per delegate at Sileby, Leics. Details here.

360 News articles

  1. EU publish 'Energy from Renewable Sources' data
  2. Welsh waste surveys indicate high C&D and C&I recycling rates
  3. EU indicates 70% recycling target by 2030 and landfill bans by 2025
  4. EA publish data showing 800k tonnes of RDF exported in Q1 14
  5. Queen's Speech outlines plastic bag tax plans for England
  6. Single use carrier bag tax Regulations approved by Scottish Parliament
  7. WRAP launches £800k Waste Prevention Fund
  8. June Resource Management and Recovery published
  9. Report outlines state of Scottish environment
  10. EEA publishes Digest of Environmental Indicators
  11. EEA publishes Progress on Resource Efficiency and De-coupling in the EU-27
  12. EEA publication looks at environmental effects of current consumption and production
  13. Resource Efficient Scotland launches Savings Finder tool
  14. Report update indicates significant growth in waste infrastructure
  15. Provisional figures show fall in England's recycling rate

New Consultations - details here. 

Events - details here

18-19 June - Annual CIWM and ESA Conference - London
8-9 Jul 2014 - Resource Association Conference - London
16-18 Sep 2014 - RWM Exhibition - NEC

Prosecutions - details here (including all previous ones)

Illegal waste storage costs Beds men £8k - 11 Jun
Stobart Biomass fined £14k for waste wood pollution - 5 Jun
Wiltshire man receives suspended sentence for illegal waste site - 5 Jun 
Prison and £200k POCA confiscation for 200k tonnes illegal disposal - 16 May
Reversing injury costs ECO Plastics £18k - 2 Jun


The prices below are an indication of available spot prices for PRNs with the previous newsletter price in brackets if different. The next data to be published will be the obligated data expected on 15th May. 

Paper - £0.85 
Glass Melt - £40 (£46)
Glass (aggregates) - £25 (£28)
Aluminium - £8.50 (£10)
Steel - £17 (£15)
Plastic - £36 (£45)
Wood - £1.75
Net recycling - £0.85
Net recovery - £0.50

360 Environmental Ltd

Just a reminder that we can provide a range of waste compliance support including:

  • Permitting and Planning
  • Direct registration for Packaging Regulations
  • WEEE Direct Registration and Authorised Representative
  • Environmental Management Systems including 14001
  • Competence Management System (alternative to WAMITAB)
  • Compliance audits and due diligence
  • Zero waste audits
  • ABTO, AATF, AE accreditation
  • TFS
  • On site training

We can also now provide remote training sessions using Skype. This has been used successfully for up to 2 hours with the benefits of cost and travel time.

Details are generally on the website, but if you would like more information, please contact Phil Conran.


Husband’s Call and Wife's Response
Husband's call:
"Honey it's me. I don't want to alarm you but I was hit by a car as I was leaving the office. Paula brought me to the hospital. They have checked me over and done some tests and some x-rays. The blow to my head was severe. Fortunately it did not cause any serious internal injury. However I have three broken ribs, I have a compound fracture in the left leg, and they think they may have to amputate my right foot." 
Wife's Response: 
"Who's Paula?"
Business philosphy
A man is getting into the shower just as his wife is finishing up her shower when the doorbell rings. After a few seconds of arguing over which one should go and answer the doorbell, the wife gives up, quickly wraps herself up in a towel and runs downstairs. When she opens the door, there stands Bob, the next door neighbour. Before she says a word, Bob says, "I'll give you £1000 to drop that towel that you have on." After thinking for a moment, the woman drops her towel and stands naked in front of Bob. After a few seconds, Bob hands her 1000 pounds and leaves. Confused, but excited about her good fortune, the woman wraps back up in the towel and goes back upstairs. When she gets back to the bathroom, her husband asks from the shower, "Who was that?" "It was Bob the next door neighbour," she replies. "Great!" the husband says, "Did he say anything about the £1000 he owes me?" Moral of the story: If you share critical information pertaining to credit and risk with your shareholders in time, you may be in a position to prevent avoidable exposure.

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