It’s been four weeks since Londoners began rolling out green bins to the curb.
The long-awaited composting program began the week of Jan. 15, after years of delays. The city handed out about 126,000 bins for the program with the aim of diverting waste from the city’s aging landfill.
Jay Stanford, the director of climate change, environment and waste management at the City of London, joined London Morning guest host Travis Dolynny to talk about how the green bin program has been going.
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It’s been a month since London launched its green bin program on Jan. 15, 2024. Jay Stanford, the director of climate change, environment and waste management at the City of London, joined London Morning to talk about how it’s going with guest host Travis Dolynny.
Travis Dolynny: How would you say London is doing with the green bins?
Jay Stanford: Overall, we’re doing reasonably well. I’m extremely pleased. I …