Green Chester

A new study has placed Chester among the greenest cities in the UK.

The research included metrics such as the percentage of recycled, reused or composted waste, the air quality, and the number of nature and park attractions in each UK city. Each city was scored and then ranked out of one hundred based on these factors.

Coming in third on the list is Chester, with the city scoring 81.99 out of 100 on the study’s green score. 54.5 percent of all household waste is recycled in the city, with Chester scoring 2.86 for air quality. There are 25 nature and park attractions in the city, which is around 3.25 per 10,000 people.

Read more at: Chester Standard

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