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Lib Dems want London mayor to do more

London Assembly Liberal Democrats have called on London Mayor Ken Livingstone to improve recycling around the London Underground.


The LibDems want to see more newspaper recycling facilities at every London Underground station together with collection points for containers such as tins, glass, plastics and batteries at principal tube stations.

They would also like to have secure recycling points in all public squares in London, including Trafalgar Square.

And they also want paper recycling bins on all London buses.

London Assembly Liberal Democrat environment spokesman Mike Tuffrey said: "Providing recycling facilities on the Tube, buses and public places would promote recycling and encourage both public and private sector to raise their environmental game."

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