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Maidstone Borough Council

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… Aim: To reduce the amount of domestic waste created, increase the proportion re-used, recycled and composted to at least 60% by 2030 and reduce the carbon emitted from processing waste. Waste can be re-used as valuable resources and reduce the energy consumed in producing new goods by supporting the circular economy. Organic waste must be properly anaerobically disposed of as it can release…

… and education for the public, including adults, faith groups, seniors, youth groups, businesses and farmers upskilling and green jobs financial opportunities through energy efficiency and low-carbon energy generation measures creating less waste and increase proportion of recycling/composting using less water buying from local businesses and supporting the circular economy reducing red meat consumption…

… in line with Eatwell guidance Outputs: provide relevant information on government grants and any local schemes on website and social media provide information on how to reduce, re-use and recycle waste and the circular economy support local and national campaigns used to promote buying from local businesses promote health and climate benefits from reductions in red meat consumption create…


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