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BNPS.co.uk (01202 558833)<br />
Pic: BCPCouncil/BNPS<br />
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The front of the magazine<br />
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A council that recently declared a 'climate emergency' has been left red-faced after thousands of copies of their own magazine were found dumped at a waste facility.<br />
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The quarterly magazine is meant to have been delivered to over 180,000 households in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole area of Dorset.<br />
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The most recent edition carries an article headlined 'Value Your Waste' that tells residents 'it's time we all did more to stop wasting our waste.'<br />
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Another article in BCP News states how the local authority has pledged go 'carbon neutral by 2030' by announcing a climate emergency.<br />
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The council, that prints the magazines in Blackpool, Lancs, from where they are driven 300 miles to the south coast, also recently announced it to hire a 'Zero Carbon Support Officer' on a salary of £35,000 a year.