Rewards for households that produce less waste but little hope for return to weekly collections

Telegraph: The waste review, that sets out strategy for waste collection in England over the next ten years, will scrap fines for petty infringements like putting plastic in the wrong recycling box. Instead households will be offered rewards like M&S vouchers for recycling more rubbish measured by a microchip in the bin. For the first time, households are also being offered rewards for putting out less rubbish in a reversal of the 'bin taxes' suggested by the last Government, that would have fined people......

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