Newcastle City Council wants to hear residents views about waste.
The council wishes to gather the views of residents, businesses and stakeholders on how we manage waste in Newcastle.
The following announcement has been made by Newcastle City Council:
“Having asked for residents’ and businesses’ views on our proposed priorities for the Newcastle upon Tyne Waste Strategy in the first stage of our consultation, in this next stage we want to get people’s views about the specific actions we are thinking of taking to ensure that the Waste Strategy Action Plan will deliver the outcomes we want.
The Waste Strategy is being developed based on several key areas:
- Behaviour change and education
- Food waste
- Markets and technology
- Operations and planning
- Partnerships, public and private
- Recovering value from waste
- Recycling and composting
- Waste prevention, including reuse
To help us ensure we meet our outcomes, we want your views on the actions we are thinking of taking to achieve our goals for each of these key areas. You can find out more about this here: Newcastle Waste Strategy Consultation Stage 2 Information 2018.
Please give us your views by taking part in our online survey, before 31 October 2018.”
The above news story was issued by Newcastle City Council and included on the Newcastle City Council website. It has been included here for information and does not necessarily represent the views of High West Jesmond Residents’ Association.