Uncertainty puts East Lothian procurement on hold

By Martin Ford | 14 February 2020

Uncertainty over the future of waste and recycling in Scotland has led to East Lothian Council pushing back procurement of a contract for bin collections.

The council has instead opted to extend its current contract with Biffa for six months at a cost of £750,000 from October.

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