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Gateshead Metropolitan Borough Council

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… the natural environment.  • Protect existing woodland, and plant an extra 250ha of woodland by 2050  • Ensure that the goods and services procured by the Council are compatible with the Council’s Climate Emergency commitments  *FOR A COMPLETE LIST OF ACTIONS: PLEASE GO TO PAGE 15 WASTE   A ‘waste hierarchy’ prioritising reducing the use of resources, followed by re-using materials, then recycling…

…/composting, and recovering energy from waste, with disposal of waste in landfill as the least desirable outcome, has guided our approach to waste for several years.    The use of new technology to optimise the application of this hierarchy will help reduce our carbon and environmental footprint.      We intend to: *  • Reduce household waste and increase household recycling  • Move away from…

… activities that optimise benefits to the health and well- being of residents. Consider, and seek to optimise the environmental contribution of the Council’s land assets through their design and management. Improve the council’s understanding of the carbon footprint associated with its own operations, and improve reporting procedures Reduce household waste and increase household recycling. Actively…

… to (themes) Community Nature and the Environment Energy and heat, Transport Waste Transport, Nature and the Environment Nature and the Environment, Transport, Community Energy and heat, Nature and the environment, Transport, Business, Industry and Rural Economy Community Waste Energy and heat, Housing Energy and heat, Transport, Housing, Business, Industry and Rural Economy APPENDIX…


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