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Legislation changes encourage meat composting

Up to150,000 households in the West Country are to receive a weekly recycling collection of kitchen scraps including meat.Social enterprise ECT has applied for waste-management licences to allow it to hold the animal by-products before they go to Wyvern Waste Services for in-vessel composting.ECTs decision follows changes to the Animal-By-Products Regulations, made by the Government last week to make kitchen-waste recycling more accessible.The organisation ...