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Image for Tesco to sell greener fruit to help reduce food waste 
Tesco is beginning to sell greener satsumas and clementines to try and help reduce food waste.  
Image for Wales moves towards becoming a circular economy nation  
Welsh Cabinet Secretary for Environment Lesley Griffiths has outlined the route Wales will take in its transition to become a circular economy country.    
Image for Vanden Recycling Planning Expansion at Peterborough site with opening of new yard 
The opening of a new storage yard is the first phase of expansion plans for Vanden Recycling's facility in Peterborough. 
Image for CIWM's new president states the importance of resource and waste management to the environment 
CIWM's new president Professor David C. Wilson has highlighted how crucial resource and waste management is to health and the environment globally within his first speech. 
Image for RECOUP's annual conference sees more delegates attend than ever before 
Recoup's annual conference reached record numbers as around 300 delegates attended this year's event to discuss themes surrounding consumer responsibility, increased quality of collected material and innovative thinking. 
Image for Green MEP slams Government after failing to promise to protect EU environmental laws 
The Government has been criticised by Green MEP Keith Taylor after Environment Secretary Michael Gove refused to commit to protecting important EU environmental and climate laws post-Brexit. 
Image for Research agency reveals trends to promote awareness of marine conservation 
Research and marketing agency Mintel has announced key consumer trends that will affect Europe in 2018, with one trend focusing on recycling to maintain marine conservation.  
Image for CIWM cautious over the National Infrastructure Commission report
CIWM has given a wary endorsement of the National Infrastructure Commission's (NIC) report, Congestion, Capacity, Carbon: Priorities for national infrastructure. 
Image for Paper rises, plastics and metals remain stable 
Paper saw an increase in price as OCC rose by £10, ONP by £2 and mixed paper by £6 per tonne, according to last week's Intelligence report. 
Image for Former ASDA boss urges retailers to stop using plastic packaging 
A former chief executive of Asda is calling on supermarkets to stop using plastic packaging as he believes investment in recycling has failed to resolve the plastic pollution crisis. 
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