Review to consider waste collection frequency

The government is to consider the frequency of waste collections as part of a fundamental review of English waste policy. It is unclear if it will lead to a new strategy

The coalition government has announced a “fundamental review of all existing waste policies” in England, with “preliminary findings” due to be issued in the spring.

The review was announced in June by Caroline Spelman, the secretary of state for environment, at the Futuresource conference in London organised by the Chartered Institution of Wastes Management. It was the first time she had addressed the waste industry.

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