Recycling the landfill tax

Read, Adam D.; Phillips, Paul S.
September 1997
World Wastes;Sep97, Vol. 40 Issue 9, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the opportunity given by the British government to the waste management industry to claim landfill tax credits through contributions to environmental organizations. Environmental groups eligible to receive landfill tax money; Goals of the government in creating the initiative; Reception of waste disposal companies on the tax initiative.


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