It makes me laugh, especially the zero waste to landfill part.
Read it with a pinch of salt, however all it means is that one waste company, lets say Veolia have a zero waste to landfill policy for a specific contract. What they do is not take it to landfill, but transport it to a waste transfer station ran by lets say Viridor who shovel up the tipped waste, put it on a belt which takes it to a loading area, load it into their viridor wagons then ship it off to landfill.
Yes to recycling cans, glass bottles, paper, cardboard and garden waste but thats where you need to draw the line. Landfills are great energy producers and without the organic material wont produce as much energy. The bio digesters are all well and good but without subsidy arent cost effective to operate as oppose to a landfill which is unsubsidised, taxed to the hilt and should be able to run at profit if well managed and has the right amount of input.
The problem is that there isnt a market for all of the recycled product so there is a massive amount of illegal dumping of trommel fines as most landfills wont accept it at a lower tax level as its waste and stinks, the recycling holding pens are going up in flames weekly as they run out of storage space due to not having a market for the product, so they torch them and get the insurance money and anerobic digesters have in a lot of cases been built in the wrong places too quickly and stink causing a nuisance.
So many people are massively anti landfill when they in actual fact are not the scurge they are made out to be and produce a lot of power and even provide leachate which is used by water treatment companies to feed the bugs that digest your human waste.
So in short, 3 bins is enough!