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2006-07Payments made

In 2006-07 the scheme was withdrawn by the Countryside Agency due to a moratorium on spending. It was reinstated by Natural England in 2007-08.

Local Highway AuthorityPayment in £s

Cambridgeshire

6,925.50

Cornwall

6,967.00

Dorset

159,900.00

Durham

4,604.00

Lancashire

60,000.00

Norfolk

19,603.55

Shropshire

27,415.00

Suffolk

6,000.00

Warwickshire

1,950.00

Total

293,365.05

2007-08Payments made to date



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Local Highway AuthorityPayment in £s

Bath and NE Somerset

8777.25

Bedfordshire

10,316.25

Berkshire

2,250.00

Buckinghamshire

2,500.00

Cambridgeshire

3,750.00

Cornwall

14,700.00

Cumbria

19,230.00

Derbyshire

4,360.00

Dorset

57,867.95

Durham

2,025.00

East Riding

13,469.03

Gloucestershire

9,394.50

Hampshire

7,500.00

Lancashire

15,488

Leeds

14,445.75

Lincolnshire

390.00

Norfolk

36711.40

Northumberland

4,962.75

Nottinghamshire

5,242.50

Oxfordshire

3,750.00

Poole

3,980.00

Shropshire

60,247.28

Somerset

19,113.65

Suffolk

26,415.00

Surrey

18,750.00

Wakefield

7,980.00

West Berkshire

5,750.00

Warwickshire

3,750.00

Worcestershire

16,381.00

Total

399,497.31

Waste Management: Recycling

Lord Greaves asked Her Majesty's Government:

The Minister of State, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Lord Rooker): The table below sets out the Waste and Resources Action Programme's (WRAP) best understanding of those local authorities which provide a separate food waste collection service. Some other local authorities collect mixed garden and food waste.



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Separate food waste collections in England—January 2008
Local authorityTotal HouseholdsHouseholds provided with a separate food waste collection serviceLocal authorities providing service on a trial basis

Bristol City Council*

185000

150000

Burnley Council

40000

500

Yes

Calderdale Metropolitan Borough Council

90000

4000

Yes

Christchurch Borough Council

22000

700

Yes

City of London (Flats only)

5734

400

Eastleigh Borough Council

51000

9800

Elmbridge Borough Council

55000

3000

Yes

Guildford Borough Council

50000

3000

Yes

Isle of Wight Council

66000

22544

London Borough of Barking and Dagenham

75000

1000

Yes

London Borough of Bromley

130000

6000

Yes

London Borough of Croydon

110000

2500

Yes

London Borough of Ealing

100000

93500

London Borough of Enfield*

104000

102000

London Borough of Hackney (Low rise properties)

92000

51000

London Borough of Hackney (High rise/flats)

7500

Yes

London Borough of Haringey*

96000

40000

London Borough of Islington

38000

37000

London Borough of Lambeth

84000

7800

Yes

London Borough of Merton

85000

2000

Yes

London Borough of Richmond

72000

66000

London Borough of Sutton

77000

2500

Yes

Luton Borough Council

74500

8000

Yes

Mendip District Council

45688

44000

Mid-Bedfordshire

55000

6000

Yes

Milton Keynes

96000

750

Yes

Mole Valley District Council

36200

4000

Yes

Newcastle City Council

121000

5500

Yes

North Dorset District Council

29339

6100

Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council

80000

10000

Yes

Preston City Council

58000

7000

Yes

Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames*

64000

2500

Yes

Sefton Metropolitan Borough Council (service being rolled out borough wide during 2008)

123000

25000

South Shropshire District Council

20000

5102

Yes

South Somerset District Council

65000

71800

South Staffordshire District Council*

44410

1400

Yes

Stroud District Council

48151

1700

Yes

Taunton Deane Borough Council

47000

47000

Uttlesford District Council

28000

25000

Waveney District Council

53360

5500

Yes

West Devon Borough Council

22883

5000

Yes

* Separate container provided for food waste but food waste co-collected with garden waste.

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