Millions of tons of household rubbish painstakingly sorted by families for recycling is being dumped abroad.
Whitehall has admitted that waste from recycling bins is being shipped to countries including China, India and Indonesia, where much of it ends up in landfill.
In papers published by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, ministers concede that what happens to the 12million tons of 'green' waste shipped abroad every year is largely beyond their control.
Revealed: the 200 Scottish lochs polluted by acid rainHerald ScotlandTWO hundred lochs, reservoirs and streams across upland Scotland have been polluted by acid rain in breach of safety limits, harming fish, frogs, insects and plants, according to...
National Geographic West Virginia Fights Acid Rain by Dumping Limestone Into Streams National Geographic In The Charleston Gazette, John McCoy wrote, “The swift waters of Laurel Creek ate quickly into the Volkswagen-sized mound of gray sand.
Washington Times On Earth Day, the pollution problem examined Washington Times MADISON, Wisc., April 22, 2013 ― A discouraged man looks disparagingly at a dirty lake and cannot help but conclude that capitalism has caused his favorite boyhood...
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