Proportion of Waste RECYCLED by the Council

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Dear Brighton and Hove City Council,
Please answer the following under the Freedom of Information Act:-

1. What is the proportion (%) of waste that is recycled by Brighton and Hove City Council for the Years 2020/21 and 2021/22?

2. Where does the Council stand in the "League Table" of Local Authorities for the recycling of household/business waste?

Yours faithfully,

ROB HEALE

Freedom Of Information, Brighton and Hove City Council

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Dear Mr Heale
 
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1. What is the proportion (%) of waste that is recycled by Brighton and
Hove City Council for the Years 2020/21 and 2021/22?

2. Where does the Council stand in the "League Table" of Local Authorities
for the recycling of household/business waste?
 
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