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Second in command

It took years to establish recycling high up on the national waste agenda. So it is no surprise that reuse has also spent a long while in the national policy doldrums. In fact, recently it has been falling behind badly, as more and more policy levers and funding routes have favoured its recycling cousin.It is therefore hugely welcome to see new Government recognition for reuse and its second place in the waste hierarchy. Proposals for a local and national English household ...