06 Apr '11, 9am

Pls vote in the Talking Rubbish Awards for people who talk trash about recycling #DT @wwwfoecouk

Pls vote in the Talking Rubbish Awards for people who talk trash about recycling #DT @wwwfoecouk

Vote in the Talking Rubbish Awards5 April 2011 Certain newspapers and Government Ministers like to trash recycling but in reality it's more popular than ever. Vote in our Talking Rubbish Awards to help put their myths on the scrapheap - and show that the people talking garbage don't speak for you. We want David Cameron to halve the nation's black-bag waste . This award will help show him which of his own Ministers is talking the most rubbish. Which myth is the biggest load of rubbish? Poll already taken It looks like you have already taken this poll. Please check the results page . Javascript required This poll requires Javascript to be enabled on your browser. Recycling means everyone is terrified of the 'bin police' Tyranical bin taxes are being scrapped by the Government Rotting food is piling up in our homes More on the myths and Ministers Find out more about the myths...

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