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South East Zone

About South East Zone

The intention of this section of the website is to bring to you the main environmental developments within the electrical and electrionics sector in the different regions of the South East of England.

Berkshire and Buckinghamshire
CEAC has been offering environmental support to businesses in the area for a number of years and the Centre has just completed a two-year recycling project with businesses. The project called Recycle Resources, aimed to assist companies to increase recycling and comply with waste legislation.

Hampshire & Isle of Wight
Hampshire and Isle of Wight's (HIOW) sub-regional targets for land-based renewable energy is 115 MW by 2010 and 122 MW by 2016. Most of HIOW's land based renewable energy is expected to come from biomass and on-shore wind.

The Kent Waste Forum has taken the lead in the development of the new Joint Municipal Waste Management Strategy. It will assess options at each stage of the waste hierarchy - reduce, reuse, recycle, recover and disposal. The strategy will comprise of a vision, targets and specific policies with detailed action plans to ensure implementation.


London Remade has carried out a number of studies to estimate the impact of WEEE legislation on London. While London faces significant challenges as a result of these Directives, London Remade believes that the Directive offers significant opportunities in the sustainable management of WEEE and has organised its resources to ensure it can address issues across the entire supply chain.

Waste and waste management are important issues here in Surrey. We currently generate more than 580,000 tonnes of household waste per year in Surrey alone. That is not including waste from shops, offices or other business, or from construction or agriculture.


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