Scotland has set a target to reach net zero by 2045, compared with 2050 for the UK as a whole. Does this reflect a stronger political commitment north of the border, or are there scientific reasons for the difference?
Our business uses small gas canisters, usually containing carbon monoxide, for testing scientific instruments. These come in 20 litre and 34 litre sizes. How can we dispose of these safely and legally? Is puncturing the canisters then putting them in the general recycling an option?