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A 'wee' Scottish authority leads the way for recycling

Scotlands smallest local authority is leading the way for recycling, according to figures released by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA). Clackmannanshire has excelled, achieving a remarkable recycling and composting figure of 41.3%, above the Scottish ministers target of 25%. About 4 million tonnes of municipal waste was produced in Scotland last year and 25.3% of that waste was recycled. SEPAs director of environmental and organisational strategy Calum MacDonald said: ...