'Common-sense': Government unveils fresh package of recycling reforms

Cecilia Keating
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'Common-sense': Government unveils fresh package of recycling reforms

Defra says new 'simpler' system will tackle complexity and confusion, help boost recycling rates, and prevent 'excessive bins'

The government has this morning announced a package of reforms to the UK's waste management system, pledging to "put an end to confusion" over what can and can not be recycled in different parts of the...

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