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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

The Resource Association, the trade association for the reprocessing and recycling industries and their supply chain, today released a set of policy proposals focused on the forthcoming UK General Election.  The proposals, entitled Manifesto for Resources 2015 set out a fresh and ambitious vision for resource management

Friday, March 27, 2015

Statement from Resource Association in relation to the response by WRAP in today’s Guardian to the issues surrounding Closed Loop Recycling and the future of recycled plastic milk bottle recycling in the UK:

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

The Resource Association, the trade association for the reprocessing and recycling industries and their supply chain, today released the results of a survey of public opinion conducted by respected pollsters YouGov, showing clear public support for the use of recycled content in plastic bottles and legislation to require manufact

Friday, March 20, 2015

The Resource Association, the trade association for the reprocessing and recycling industries and their supply chain, today welcomed the call by Defra Resources Minister Dan Rogerson MP for renewed commitment to the voluntary agreements that have driven progress in collection and recycling of rHDPE plastic packaging by ensuring minimum recycled content in plastic packaging, esp

Thursday, March 12, 2015

The Resource Association, the trade association for the reprocessing and recycling industries and their supply chain, today welcomed post-consumer plastic film reprocessor PlasRecycle into Full Membership of the Association.  PlasRecycle’s application was approved at a meeting of the Association’s Board today in Belfast.

Friday, February 27, 2015

The Resource Association, the trade association for the reprocessing and recycling industries and their supply chain, today made a statement in connection with the recent placing into administration of members Aylesford Newsprint.

Ray Georgeson, Chief Executive said:

Friday, February 6, 2015

The Resource Association, the trade association for the reprocessing and recycling industries and their supply chain, today welcomed the publication by Defra of new analysis that identifies the resource management industry as an engine of green growth in the UK economy.  Their report, Resource Management: a catalyst for growth and productivity was accompanied by a lett

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