Government defeats on composting and municipal waste strategies

The Government suffered two significant defeats during the House of Lords' third reading of the Waste and Emissions Trading Bill on 6 March. A Conservative amendment would bring England into line with Wales and Scotland by requiring councils to prepare municipal waste strategies. The Lords also gave the composting sector a kick in the teeth with an amendment driven by concern over foot and mouth disease.

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