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Isles of Scilly

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… the current baseline carbon emissions associated with some of our waste streams to inform our choices of waste management moving forward. This data will allow us to fully assess the options available to us in order to successfully deliver our Waste Reduction Strategy. The Council will be working with these key suppliers and others to ensure the carbon emissions associated with the delivery…

… rolled out kerbside recycling through the introduction of dry mixed recycling collections for residents and businesses. This move immediately reduced the volume of residual waste being sent for incineration and instead enabled the Isles of Scilly to start recycling. 18 In 2020, the Council adopted its first Waste Reduction Strategy which committed to working with residents, businesses…

… and organisations to reduce the volume of waste across the islands, increase reuse, recycling and improve communication and engagement on how residents and businesses can reduce the amount of waste they create. Since the Waste Reduction Strategy was launched the Council has made significant strides in reusing materials on-island (mixed glass and green garden waste), increasing recycling rates through…

… Estate 27 Image: Barefoot Photographer / Scilly Wildlife Trust Library 6. How we will reduce waste, increase recycling and reuse 1. We will review our Waste Reduction Strategy in line with the Government’s forthcoming legislative changes and our 2030 net zero-carbon ambition 2. We will begin to measure the carbon footprint of our waste and recycling practices based on the recommended waste…


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