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New charges needed to reduce waste, says expert

The cost of doing the right thing in terms of minimising waste must be factored into the prices of consumer goods, delegates at a major waste conference will hear this week.

22nd November, 2008

The cost of doing the right thing in terms of minimising waste must be factored into the prices of consumer goods, delegates at a major waste conference will hear this week.

James Greyson, a sustainability analyst with Blind Spot, at hink-tank that develops policies to help organisations become ‘‘climate neutral’’, will tell the National Waste Summit that alternative ways of thinking about and dealing with waste need to be explored.

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