Original Litter Code of Practice
Peter Silverman made this Freedom of Information request to Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs did not have the information requested.
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 1990
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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.