Devon: Not As Green As It Thinks?

Devon has been advertising itself as the greenest county in Britain. Not so, says the ASA:
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![070903_devon.jpg]()Devon County Council has had its wrist slapped by the [Advertising Standards Authority](http://www.asa.org.uk/asa/). Devon's claim to be England's greenest county simply did not wash and has been rejected. > > Devon may well have strong green credentials but which county can now fairly lay claim to be the greenest of them all? And exactly how do you measure that? > > The adjudication won't appear on the ASA web site until Wednesday 5 September. In the meantime, you can stay on top of ASA adjudiactions courtesy of its [adjudications RSS feed.](http://www.asa.org.uk/asa/adjudications/public/) > >
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Adam Tinworth

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