UK Government Supports Biome's Bioplastics Usage to Promote First-class Zero-waste Economy

SpecialChem - Jun 28, 2011

The Environment Secretary, Caroline Spelman has announced the results of the Government's review of waste policy in which it has been recognized that the UK lags the field in terms of waste management. Biome Bioplastics welcomes the direction set out in this review and believes it is well positioned to deliver the materials that can assist the Government in its pledge to make the UK "a first-class zero-waste economy." Speaking at the Chartered Institute of Waste Management conference, Caroline Spelman said "For too long, we've lagged behind the rest of Europe, although we are catching up fast. Communities and businesses can help us become a first-class zero-waste economy and unlock the real value in the goods that people no...

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