Red faces for DoE over failure to recycle HQ demolition waste

The Government is about to miss a golden opportunity to put into practice its policies for promoting recycling of aggregates by allowing demolition waste from the Department of the Environment's old head offices to go to landfill. Meanwhile, unpublished research for the DoE has concluded that many obstacles remain to greater use of recycled aggregates - and recommends a tax on primary aggregates.

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