Waste experts raise concern over landfill tax

April 2012
ENDS (Environmental Data Services);Apr2012, Issue 447, p16
The article deals with the concerns expressed by waste industry experts over the possibility that the British Treasury will increase landfill tax beyond 80 British pounds per tonne in 2014. As of April 2012, landfill tax increased to 65 British pounds per tonne for active wastes. According to a survey, most experts believe that there is no need to further increase the landfill tax rate in a bid to boost investment in alternative technologies.


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