Wednesday 18 October 2017
Bottle and can deposit schemes could save councils £35m. Savings would be made by reducing levels of littering and lowering charges from sending waste to landfill sites. The recycling schemes work by charging a deposit when consumers buy single-use glass, plastic and Aluminum in a study commissioned by a consortium of conservation, recycling and anti-litter organizations, it has been claimed that rather than cost councils cash - it could save millions. A report shows that in fact, a deposit-return scheme would indeed create savings for Local government and huge benefits for our environment.
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