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Cheshire East Council (Unitary)

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… recycling target of 50%. The Council provides a range of services for the collection of municipal waste and litter, including: • Kerbside collections – non-recyclable waste, recycling and garden and food waste • A bulky waste collection service OFFICIAL 9 May 2020 • Household waste recycling centres (HWRCs) • Bring banks • Street cleansing • Litter and dog waste bins

… consistency in the materials collected for recycling by all English local authorities. However, there are certain aspects, such as separate collections of dry recyclables and weekly food waste collections, that may require changes to our current service. Further consultation on the details of these schemes is expected in 2020. The Council has produced its revised Municipal Waste Management Strategy

… as attractive and accessible green spaces enable people to access outdoor 1. Cheshire East Council will be carbon neutral by 2025 ➢ Carbon Action Plan 2. Reduce wasteMunicipal Waste Strategy 3. Improve air quality ➢ Air Quality Strategy, Air Quality Action Plan 4. Ensure new development is sustainable ➢ Local Plan 5. Increase sustainable transport and travel ➢ Local Transport Plan 6…

… • Litter picking • Clearing of fly tipped waste. The Municipal Waste Management Strategy is underpinned by the principles of the waste management hierarchy that prioritise not producing waste in the first place, then reusing it followed by recycling and composting. Not producing waste in the first place is by far the best environmental and economic solution to tackling waste. The Strategy…

… 2030 to ensure its objectives are still relevant in the changing waste industry and national policy framework. The Council is responsible for the management of all household waste within the borough. This means making adequate provision for a range of waste management facilities which enable waste to be re-used, recycled or recovered wherever possible, and only disposed of as the last…


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