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Poor communication blamed for public backlashes

Environmental communications company EnviroComms has said the root of public backlash against alternate week collection schemes and chipped bins is poor communication from local authorities. In a press briefing, from which the Mail on Sunday based an article last week, the company said it was up to councils to ensure that their residents attitudes to waste and recycling were based on fact. It put forward the argument that for the first time since ...