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Recycling rules in England

Recyclable glass, paper, and metal collection is common in England (as in much of the United States). But some cities and towns are going even further. For example, the London boroughs of Barnet, Brent, and Waltham Forest are making recycling compulsory with a "three strikes and you’re fined" policy enabled by the Environmental Protection Act of 1990 (the local town councils are vigilant about its enforcement), and others are likely to follow suit. Before you arrive, check with your rental agency for information or visit recyclenow.com, which lets you search by postal code for recycling practices throughout the U.K.

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