Scottish councils get new duty on municipal waste plans

A duty on Scottish local authorities to prepare integrated waste management plans has been introduced by the Local Government in Scotland Act 2003, which passed into law in February.1 The legislation brings into sharper focus the absence of similar arrangements in England, where it is arguably even more sorely needed because of the split responsibilities for waste between different tiers of local government.

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