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Fourth round funding

The London boroughs of Harrow, Merton and Haringey have won funding of £1.5 million from the London Recycling Fund in fourth round grants to establish kerbside-recycling schemes.
Other grantsto bring fourth round funding up to £3 million were also announced.
Southwark won £404,000 to re-engineer a civic amenity site into a reuse and recycling centre; a partnership of north London boroughs led by Enfield was awarded £72,000 to refurbish furniture through Re-Use; Westminster was granted £160,000 to develop litter recycling through compartmentalised bins; and Sutton won £2m to develop a closed vessel composting plant with Thames Waste Management.
London Mayor Ken Livingstone said: There have been some innovative ideas and exciting partnership projects coming through and it is encouraging to see the ideas and enthusiasm in the waste authorities.
Launched in April, the £21.3m fund is designed to improve the citys recycling rates and meet Government targets.

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