Recycling figures show patchy progress

Geographical variations in the proportion of household waste being recycled in England are highlighted by the latest official data

Geographical variations in the proportion of household waste being recycled in England are highlighted by the latest official data (download infographic here).

According to the figures, published by DEFRA on 5 December, the London Borough of Newham recorded the lowest household recycling rate in England in 2016/17 at only 14%. The authority with the highest rate was East Riding of Yorkshire Council at 65%.

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