Zero Waste Scotland 190pxMore than GBP 21 million (EUR 23.7 million) has been awarded to Glasgow City Council through the Scottish Government’s Recycling Improvement Fund, administered by ACR+ member Zero Waste Scotland, introducing a new twin-stream service to boost the separate collection of recyclable materials. This investment will improve Glasgow's recycling capacities, facilitate household recycling and increase local recycling rates.
 
Glasgow City Council has committed GBP 20 million (EUR 22.6 million) of its own budget to develop a new Materials Recycling Facility to process the twin collections, alongside other waste centre facilities. This will ensure capacity to process the increase in recycling material collected and means that more materials will be reprocessed for new uses rather than thrown away.
 
Source: www.gov.scot

 

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