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North Ayrshire Council

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… Ayrshire. • The Council continues to be one of the highest performing for household waste recycling in Scotland with 54.6% achieved for 2018 (greater than the national rate of 44.7%). • A Plastic Waste Prevention Plan has been developed to support North Ayrshire Council’s ambition to become a ‘Plastic Free Council’ by 2022 • Working as part of the Clyde Valley Residual Waste Partnership

… behaviours in energy, waste and transport. 2.14 Further areas being developed for incorporation into the ESCCS (2020-2023) include expanding the Council’s work on generating renewable energy. This has the potential to meet a variety of Council objectives, specifically reducing carbon emissions, tackling fuel poverty, generating income and supporting local jobs and businesses. A previous action…

waste across North Ayrshire through a number of initiatives including energy conservation and increased use of renewable energy sources. A coordinated approach across all services has been key to the successful implementation of emission reduction projects. The focus on clean energy is a key element of the draft Ayrshire Regional Economic Strategy which aims to position Ayrshire at a nationally…

… in: • Reducing emissions from buildings (domestic and non-domestic), transport and waste • Implementing methods to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere 2.3 The Scottish Government has announced plans to achieve net-zero emission across Scotland by 2045 (five years earlier than the UK Government, based on advice from the IPCC stating Scotland has more areas of land available to plant trees…

… to establish a 25- year contract with Viridor, delivering a solution to divert waste from landfill following the closure of Shewalton landfill site in March 2018. The solution recovers additional recyclates with the remaining non-recyclable waste delivered to a new Energy Recovery Facility to recover heat and produce electricity from the waste. • Successful implementation of the enhanced waste


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