Original Litter Code of Practice

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From: Peter Silverman

Dear Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs,

Please let me have a copy of the original version of Litter Code of
Practice set up under S89 (7) of the Environmental Protection Act

Yours faithfully,

Peter Silverman

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From: Library, DEFRA (CIO-KIM)
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Hello Peter,

I have checked the Defra Library holdings and website for this item, but without success. All I can suggest would be to try the Department for Communities and Local Government, as they were the Department for the Environment at that time. Their web address is:


I hope this proves a fruitful avenue for you.


Mike Scanlon
Research Librarian

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