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Up to 40% of Marks & Spencers (M&S) packaging cannot be recycled and has to go to landfill sites, a new survey has found. The research published by the Local Government Association (LGA) highlighted how local retailers and market traders produced less packaging and that more of it could be recycled, with major supermarkets lagging behind. M&S fared particularly badly as it had one of the heaviest packaging (782g) only slightly less than Lidls 799.5g. Asda was the best performing supermarket,