(UK) – The parties to a massive £3.8bn (€4.1bn) public private-waste management contract in the UK have now agreed on principles for dissolution of the deal and aim to end the contract on 29 September, they announced in separate statements on 24 August. The Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority (GMWDA) had ...
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