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More coherence needed in dealing with waste says MEP

A more coherent policy on waste is needed in the UK, according to MEP Caroline Jackson. Speaking to MRW, Jackson said the way local government was organised in Britain contributed its poor record on waste. There is no sense in shifting responsibility for waste collection and disposal in each council, she said. She added that a number of councils were putting in for unitary status, and a drive towards unitary authorities may make things ...

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