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Welsh recycling rates hit 48%
by Greg Jones
The Guardian Translate This Article
28 June 2012
On 28 June 2012 The Guardian reported:
Wales is surging ahead of the rest of the UK on recycling rates as it bids to become a 'zero-waste' society, according to government figures published on Thursday, 28 June. Conwy and the Vale of Glamorgan have seen the biggest improvements over the 12 months, with both authorities increasing their recycling by 10 per cent. Elsewhere, Brigend has gone from recycling just 31 per cent of municipal trash to 54 per cent in the last two years. Wales has implemented an ambitious Towards Zero Waste strategy that aims to recycle or re-use all waste by 2050.
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