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letsrecycle.com is a UK-based website for reporting news and information related to the waste management and recycling industries.[1] The website produces daily updates and information and is one of the key providers of news in the UK waste industry. It is the UK's only independent dedicated website for businesses, local authorities and community groups involved in recycling and waste management.[2] The site also has a discussion board, "clubrecycle", where waste managers and stakeholders can discuss industry developments.

The company is involved in a number of other dynamics in the waste industry, including the annual LARAC conference for local authorities and the Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management. It is widely cited as a place of reference by industry organisations, government and local authorities[3][4][5][6][7][8]

The editorial team consists of Steve Eminton, Caelia Quinault, Will Date, Amy North, Michael Holder and Tom Goulding. [9] In 2010, the company added a YouTube account [10] and Twitter account @letsrecycle [11]


  1. ^ letsrecycle.com, www.ciwm.co.uk, Chartered Institute of Wastes Management, Retrieved 30.11.06
  2. ^ About letsrecycle.com, www.letsrecycle.com, Retrieved 30.11.06
  3. ^ Awards for Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management - 'Recycling Champion of the Year', www.lichfielddc.gov.uk, Lichfield District Council, Retrieved 30.11.06
  4. ^ Useful links, www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk, Nottinghamshire County Council, Retrieved 30.11.06
  5. ^ Thinking Outside the Bin- Sustainability First, www.sustainabilityfirst.org.uk, Retrieved 30.11.06
  6. ^ NetRegs
  7. ^ Waste links, www.npt.gov.uk, Neath Port Talbot Council, Retrieved 30.11.06
  8. ^ Daily News, www.est.org.uk, Energy Savings Trust, Retrieved 30.11.06
  9. ^ http://www.letsrecycle.com/about/team.html
  10. ^ http://www.youtube.com/letsrecyclecom
  11. ^ https://twitter.com/#!/letsrecycle

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