Reporting change reduces Scottish recycling growth

Scotland’s household recycling rates have improved only marginally in 2014 as a result of low-quality organics being excluded for the first time

by Chiara Francavilla
The exclusion of lower quality organics from Scottish recycling rates reduced their growth in 2014(photograph: Lightwise/123RF)
The exclusion of lower quality organics from Scottish recycling rates reduced their growth in 2014(photograph: Lightwise/123RF)

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