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North West of England recycling rates

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What percentage of waste was recycled across the North West of England in 2015-16, and how does this compare with the previous 12 months?
Local Authority, 2015-16, Change on 2014-15
Cheshire West & Chester 60%, -1%
Stockport 59%, -1%
Trafford 58%, -1%
Cheshire East 57%, -2%
Warrington 54%, +3%
Wyre 51%, 0%
Fylde 50%, +3%
Chorley 48%, 0%
South Ribble 48%, +1%
Bury 45%, +1%
West Lancashire 45%, +2%
Wigan 45%, -3%
Tameside 44%, +7%
Halton 43%, -6%
Lancaster 43%, +3%
Blackpool 42%, +5%
St Helens 41%, -2%
Rochdale 39%, +6%
Ribble Valley 39%+2%
Sefton 39%, -1%
Bolton 37%, 0%
Salford 37%, 0%
Wirral 36%, +1%
Burnley 35%, +4%
Preston 34%, -2%
Pendle 34%, +2%
Knowsley 34%, -1%
Oldham 33%, -1%
Rossendale 33%, 0%
Blackburn with Darwen 33%, 0%
Manchester 32%, 0%
Hyndburn 28%, -2%
Liverpool 28%, -1%
Source: Government Statistics