Uproar at move towards 'national bin service'

By Dan Peters | 03 June 2021

Councils are preparing to fight government plans to create what they fear will be a ‘national bin service’.

The Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs’ (DEFRA) wants to make the materials councils collect at kerbside more consistent across England to reduce confusion among the public - part of the biggest changes to waste services in years.

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