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WRAP unveils action plan to boost food waste recycling in England

WRAP unveils action plan to boost food waste recycling in England | Zero Waste Europe | Scoop.it
Strategy aims to boost food recycling by scaling up collections, improving communication and ensuring better collection quality,Waste ,food,Zero Waste,Waste To Energy,anaerobic digestion
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‘Collaboration and consensus’ key to increasing food waste capture | Resource Magazine

‘Collaboration and consensus’ key to increasing food waste capture | Resource Magazine | Zero Waste Europe | Scoop.it
The REA and LARAC have resolved their differences and jointly called for industry and local authority collaboration in the search for improved government policy around food waste collections.
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Italian city increases recycling by almost 30 per cent in just four years | Resource Magazine

Italian city increases recycling by almost 30 per cent in just four years | Resource Magazine | Zero Waste Europe | Scoop.it
Parma has reached 72 per cent recycling and 117kg waste per person since a citizens-led initiative to move away from waste disposal and increase recycling was launched in 2012
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This article is based on our latest case study! Check it out in our publications

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Adam Johnson's curator insight, June 23, 2016 12:58 AM
A very interesting case study, and one that may be relevant to others.
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Salford to roll out three-weekly collection system | Resource Magazine

Salford to roll out three-weekly collection system | Resource Magazine | Zero Waste Europe | Scoop.it
Salford City Council is to pilot three-weekly residual waste collections next month, becoming the third local authority in Greater Manchester to reduce the frequency of bin collections in search of reduced disposal rates.
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England should 'hang its head in shame' over static recycling efforts

England should 'hang its head in shame' over static recycling efforts | Zero Waste Europe | Scoop.it
With new figures released on Thursday (2 June) revealing that recycling figures for Wales had edged towards 60%, charity Keep Britain Tidy (KBT) has claimed that the lack of progress on recycling in England "reflects very badly on the situation". - edie news centre
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