The UK has a legal Net Zero deadline of 2050, with a target of a 68% reduction in emissions by 2030. As the chemical sector is typically a carbon intensive industry, decarbonisation needs to be a priority for your business.
As a business in the chemical sector, you will be aware of BREFs (Best Available Techniques Reference Documents), and the changes they have already brought into force. Make sure you stay informed and prepared for any future changes.
Compliance in all its forms, including health and safety and environmental, is critical for businesses in the chemical sector. Make sure you're working with a partner who is knowledgeable and experienced.
Does your business find that using multiple suppliers across waste, energy and water can be draining in terms of cost and time? Using one supplier across all three key areas can be more sustainable and cost-effective.
The circular economy aims to turn all waste products into a resource, but the full potential of the circular economy model is really demonstrated when old items are given new life in the most unexpected of ways.
This year’s World Water Day encourages us to explore our thoughts about 'what water means to you' - we know that water is an essential resource for all businesses to some degree, but it is especially important for those who use it in production.
What really happens to your recycling after it's put in your recycling bin, either at home or at your business? There are various misconceptions surrounding waste disposal services, so in this myth-buster, we aim to dispel some of these.
Is your waste hazardous or offensive? It's crucial to know the difference, as it's illegal to mix hazardous waste with any other kind. If you are conducting mass Covid-19 testing, it's especially important that you understand how waste is classified, and how each type of waste needs to be disposed of.
Veolia is set to become the first UK operator of Energy Recovery Facilities (ERF) to demonstrate the latest carbon capture technology with Carbon Clean, a global leader in low-cost carbon capture technology.
Following our recent Warehousing & Distribution of the Future Webinar, we have collated the questions and answers from the end of the session all in one place, providing information about key aspects of the sector moving forwards into 2021 and beyond
Plastic has undeniably been the most headline-grabbing material in recent years in terms of its environmental impact. What has been achieved so far in terms of increasing its sustainability, and what more needs to be done?
During the pandemic, we have adapted our services, including conducting site audits remotely. Post-Covid, we will continue with this agile approach, including how we approach sites in more challenging locations.