Is collaboration the way forward to capture more of the UK's waste stream?

Is collaboration the way forward to capture more of the UK's waste stream?
Manufacturing giant Unilever is seeking to work with a local authority to boost mixed plastics recycling rates - should this type of partnership approach be adopted more widely?
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