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Compelling evidence

It all began as an informal discussion: mulling over the possibilities, the objections and, of course, the legality but on April 1 this year the London Borough of Barnet took the plunge and introduced compulsory recycling and it was no joke. Barnet already provided a kerbside black box collection, weekly flats recycling collection, kerbside garden waste collection, bring banks and a civic amenity and recycling centre but, despite this, less than 20% of households were taking ...