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Last edited 11 Aug 2021
Zero waste plan
Glasgow City Development Plan, published by Glasgow City Council in 2016, defines the zero waste plan as the: ‘Scottish Government’s vision for a zero waste society. This vision describes a Scotland where all waste is seen as a resource. Waste is minimised valuable resources are not disposed of in landfills, and most waste is sorted, leaving only limited amounts to be treated.’
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