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Welsh assembling

The Second Annual Household Waste Conference: Meeting the Challenge through Kerbside Recycling held at Cardiff University in September showed how rapidly Wales has been catching up on Englands best practice.Dr Andy Rees, head of the waste strategy unit for the Welsh Assembly Government, noted that in 2002/3 Wales had recycled 12.6% of its household waste, up from 8.4% the year before. The number of households with a kerbside collection for recyclable waste had also increased ...