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GLASGOW – Authorities in Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow, have published an action plan to make the city ‘zero-waste’ by 2030.  

The city’s resource and recycling strategy stresses the important role both the council and residents must play in mitigating landfilled waste, such as textiles, plastics and food, by leveraging collection services, boosting recycling and ultimately harmonising the city’s approach to waste management.  

It notes: “Waste is a global and local issue and communities need to take more responsibility about the waste they generate. We must all play our part and continue to work together to make the city a cleaner and greener place."

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