Have Your Say on North Somerset’s Recycling and Waste Strategy

North Somerset Council are now accepting feedback on their draft Recycling and Waste Strategy until 18th August 2021. This gives you the chance to help steer the county towards greater sustainability.

North Somerset residents are invited to submit their feedback on the latest Recycling and Waste Strategy. This strategy is all about shaping the way the council will push for waste minimisation, reuse and recycling over the next 10 years.

The council declared a climate emergency in 2019 and are endeavouring to achieve zero carbon and zero waste. To get involved and help shape the future of waste and recycling management in North Somerset, read the full strategy and submit your comments now.

About the Recycling and Waste Strategy

Despite being one of the top 10 councils in England for recycling with a rate of 60.6%, there is always room for improvement. The North Somerset Recycling and Waste Strategy is a collaborative approach to waste planning. It is all about working with residents, community groups, businesses and councils to achieve environmental objectives.

The strategy forms part of a wider aim within the country to reduce resource use and waste production whilst increasing repair and reuse. Far from being out of sight out of mind, this council is carefully considering its waste.

Read North Somerset Council’s call out in full >


Have Your Say

North Somerset Council want its residents to help shape their vision. To submit your feedback and offer any ideas and suggestions you might have, visit the website.

Here, you can read the full document and fill in a questionnaire. You can complete it as an anonymous individual or business, or to represent an organisation or council. There is even a shortened version of the questionnaire if you only have a few minutes!

Submit your feedback now >

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