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Quality of recyclates will underpin the sustainability of recycling, says WRAP

Quality of recyclates will remain the linchpin on which the economic viability of recycling turns, says the Waste & Resources and Action Programme (WRAP). In WRAPs review for 2006 07: Waste, society and climate change making a difference, it highlights the importance of economic viability in terms of the quality of collection services provided and the quality of materials collected by local authorities and their waste management companies. It has recommended to local authorities and ...

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