Recycling scheme aims to ease landfill pressure

Reading, Bracknell and Wokingham councils have signed a £600M waste contract aimed at reducing landfill and increasing recycling rates.
The three councils, united as the Re3 Waste Partnership, have signed the 25-year PFI contract with Waste Recycling Group in a bid to achieve a sustainable solution to dealing with household waste.
The contract will see new waste management facilities constructed in Reading and Bracknell, featuring civic amenity sites, waste transfer stations and a recycling plant. A Joint Waste Disposal Board between the three local authorities will also be created.
Steve Waite, lead councillor at Reading for Environment, said: ‘The traditional wasteful practice of hiding the bulk of our rubbish in the ground will thankfully come to an end. It was important for all three authorities to set in place a sustainable and responsible strategy for the foreseeable future.’
Local environment minister Ben Bradshaw, said, ‘The waste sector is fast becoming a major sector for PFI and it is good to see an increase in the interest being shown by the banking and business community. The success of this sector will be key in delivering the country’s EU landfill directive targets in the coming years.’

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