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CRR to get Early Day Motion

Source separated recycling fans the Campaign for Real Recycling have taken their plans to Parliament.

Supporters met up with Newport East MP Jessica Morden to launch their campaign.

Outside the offices of the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Local Government Association, Morden pledged to put forward a Parliamentary Early Day Motion to call for research into understanding the contribution quality material collections can make to bringing down the cost of household recycling.

Morden also called for MPs from all parties to support the campaign and said: I have lived in other areas where you put all your recycling into one bag and all the materials become contaminated, which makes it a more expensive option. What I am asking today is for us to look more closely at source separated schemes.

I ask all MPs to look at recycling costs and quality in their constituencies.

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