Friday, 20 January 2012

25 Jan: Questions to the Mayor (we'll look out for the answers)

Food Waste (1)
Question No: 266 / 2012
Mike Tuffrey
Please provide an up-to-date list of the food waste collection services offered in each London borough.
Food Waste (2)
Question No: 267 / 2012
Mike Tuffrey
Will you set a date by which all boroughs should have introduced food waste collections? If not, why not?
Question No: 268 / 2012
Mike Tuffrey
In view of statistics released by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) which show that the proportion of household waste sent for recycling rose by just 0.7 per cent, from 31.8 percent in 2009/10 to 32.5 per cent 2010/11, how will you meet your target to recycle or compost 45 per cent of London’s waste by 2015?
Anaerobic Digestion
Question No: 269 / 2012
Mike Tuffrey
London sends around 460,000 tonnes of municipal food waste to landfill each year, yet planned schemes for anaerobic digestion will only provide a total capacity of c. 260,000 tonnes. Do you intend to address this shortfall? If so, how?

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