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A Preview of Forthcoming Waste Management Resources on the Reconomy Blog

The Latest Developments in Waste Management?

Just as many construction companies were enjoying a period of sustained growth, it looks as though we are re-entering turbulent times. The EU referendum introduces a new dimension of change for the industry. More than ever, construction professionals will need to stay one step ahead of their competitors and remain well-informed in a rapid-moving situation in order to face the challenges with confidence.
Nowhere is that uncertainty more keenly felt than in the area of legislation. But while the EU changes work themselves through, there is much that construction companies can do to mitigate the costs of non-compliance. Legislation and standards also offer a great way to align with best practice.
With our forthcoming blog content, we aim to give construction businesses an array of resources to help remain compliant. Topics will include:

Landfill tax update – what will it cost you and your supply chain?

What does the ISO 14001 mean for construction companies?

The Red Tape Challenge & How Does It Affect Construction Waste?

Hazardous Waste Changes – How Will They Impact Construction?

How companies like McAlpine are adopting SWMPs for their supply chains

While Reconomy can’t magic away the economic uncertainties, what we can do is help make construction waste management a solution for your business, rather than create more problems.
And finally…
This month Reconomy was in the news as Construction Index reported on another successful year for our business as we welcomed a number of new prestigious clients, including Jaguar Land Rover and Mears Group.
Here is a selection of other news items in the world of construction waste management that may be of interest to you:

ITV News believes Brexit could hamper efforts at improving construction skills
Brexit could worsen construction skills crisis

The construction skills crisis worsens
Increase in construction job vacancies highlights worsening skills shortage

Housebuilders predict Brexit challenges for first-time buyers
Brexit ‘will be bad for first-time buyers’ say housebuilders

European countries have prioritised key materials for the circular economy, says edie.net
Most European countries see construction as circular economy priority, report reveals

How construction companies can boost the bottom line, according to Construction Dive
Boosting the bottom line: How construction companies can cut costs and ensure they ‘survive’

Get in-depth guidance on the bottom-line benefits of waste management. Download: How Best Practice in Waste Management Improves the Bottom Line in the Construction Industry