'Not sufficiently robust': Public spending watchdog warns of packaging recycling fraud risk

Michael Holder
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'Not sufficiently robust': Public spending watchdog warns of packaging recycling fraud risk

National Audit Office warns potential fraud and errors could be undermining the UK's packing recycling figures

The UK's current packaging recycling regime is "not sufficiently robust", with undetected fraud and errors potentially rendering recycling rates inaccurate, the government's public spending watchdog will...

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