Scotland ‘must do more’ to use bioresources

Scotland could build a better circular economy by increasing the reuse of 27 million tonnes of byproducts and waste annually, but must first improve logistics and address rival demands for feedstocks

by Luke Walsh
General - view of Edinburgh, Scotland (Pixabay)
General - view of Edinburgh, Scotland (Pixabay)

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