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Derry: Residents urged to use recycling centres

Published on October 23, 2015 By administrator

Roe Valley residents are being urged to make use of their local recycling facilities . Recent figures show householders brought 15,099 tonnes of unwanted items to their local centres. Causeway Coast and Glens Council say, however, many residents in the Causeway Coast and Glens (CCG) borough are paying for a service they aren’t fully utilising. [...]

New waste taxes urged to encourage more recycling

Published on July 14, 2015 By administrator

A deposit scheme for cans and bottles, a requirement that pharmacists take back old medicines, and a ban on certain types of packaging, should all be considered to reduce the amount of waste being generated. And there is also a requirement to invest in new waste facilities, the EPA said, including a third incinerator to [...]