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Kitchen waste collection s restart after foot and mouth outbreak

By Greg PitcherHouseholders can recycle kitchen waste from the kerbside from this week for what is believed to be the first time since the foot and mouth outbreak of 2001.Cambridgeshire County Council restarted collection of unused food after being granted the first UK catering waste licence. Kitchen waste collections were stamped out three years ago after tough laws were introduced to prevent cattle contracting disease from the resulting compost.