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WRAP asks for cross-party political cohesion over AWCs

Local authorities that are thinking of introducing alternate weekly collections (AWCs) need to obtain both political and public support, according to the Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP). Addressing an audience of local authority delegates at the Resource Recovery Forum conference on AWC yesterday (July 7), WRAP recycling adviser Sue Reed said that the key for AWCs to work is to get both political and public support. You need to speak with and consult with your ...

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