Disruption to food waste collections in England appears to be easing, with 90% of respondents to a weekly survey on council waste services reporting that the service is operating as normal.
This marks an increase of 20% from the previous week, according to the latest survey results from the Association of Directors of Environment, Planning and Transport (ADEPT), for the week commencing 11 May.
An increasing number of councils say their food waste collection services operated as normal in the week beginning 11 May
However, ADEPT says it is too early to say if this “reflects a persistent improvement in this service and should be treated with caution”.
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