London's Burning Issue

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London's Burning Issue

London is now burning twice as much rubbish as a decade ago. A report from the London Assembly calls for 'urgent change' to stop recyclable and biodegradable items from being sent to incinerators or plants that create new energy from waste. The study says many materials cause air pollution when burnt. Leonie Cooper, the Chair of the Environment Committee at City Hall, explained the rise.

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