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‘Strong’ TEEP Case for Separate Food Waste Collections‘Strong’ TEEP Case for Separate Food Waste Collections

March 7, 2016

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‘Strong’ TEEP Case for Separate Food Waste Collections


There is a strong TEEP case for councils to collect food waste separately from households – but a “policy push” is needed to offset the cost.

This was the message from Peter Jones, consultant at Eunomia, who discussed the implications of separate food waste rounds at the 2016 Organics Recycling Conference near Daventry yesterday (3 March).

The annual Conference, now in its 22nd year, saw delegates and regulators from across the organics recycling sector convene to debate the latest changes surrounding feedstock, soil science and tariffs.

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