I’ve just seen the 2016/17 league tables for domestic waste recycling compiled by letsrecycle.com rating 350 English local authorities.
Wealden DC are in a creditable 62nd place with 51.9% of household waste sent reuse, recycling or composting. Lewes District Council however are in 339th place with 25.1% (i.e. less than half of Wealden’s recycling achievement) and “green” Brighton in 326th place with 27%. Would this have anything to do with the appetite (contractual or physical) of a certain incinerator?
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