Inquiry launched into Government Waste Strategy
A new inquiry has begun into the government's Waste Strategy for England 2007 by a committee chaired by Tory back-bencher Michael Jack.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee (EFRA Committee) is examining the Government’s Waste Strategy for England, which was published by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs in May of this year.
The inquiry will focus on producing a final report from entries responding to the Government’s consultation paper.
The callout for submissions made early last week will examine how waste matters are dealt with so that recommendations can be made on issues including:
MP Michael Jack told Edie: “We can’t predetermine what the outcome [of the submissions] We’ll take the evidence and come to some conclusions…we’ll get ideas and produce a report with commentary and then put forward recommendations.
“We want to see what improvements will be made, especially in the commercial sector and waste from energy.”
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