Hungary officials pick up waste tips

Two government officials from Hungary were due to visit Whitton Primary School in Ipswich today as part of a trip to find out how Suffolk manages its waste.

Two government officials from Hungary were due to visit Whitton Primary School in Ipswich today as part of a trip to find out how Suffolk manages its waste.

Suffolk County Council's waste management department is playing host to the visitors who are on a two-week visit find out how we deal with rubbish in the county.

The Hungarian visitors, Tibor Juhasz and Viktoria Dezso have spent two weeks in Brussels learning how the European parliament functions.

During their time in Suffolk they will see how this EU legislation is implemented.


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