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Warwickshire County Council

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… communities across Warwickshire. We will increase recycling and composting at our household waste recycling centres, and work with our district and borough councils to improve kerbside collections, including for food waste. We will focus on and influence the new National Waste Strategy to make sure we are align the way we deliver, develop and improve our vital waste management services…

… to be disposed of in landfill. We will increase the reuse, composting and recycling rate by at least 1% each year to achieve an overall rate of 55% of all domestic waste by 2025. We will provide a waste management service that is efficient and effective, and fully supports the national strategy to reduce waste and improve reuse, composting and recycling. Warwickshire’s economy is vibrant…

…% year on year to 2033. Petrol and diesel carbon dioxide emissions consumed within Warwickshire for council owned vehicles has reduced by 21% between 2013/14 and 2018/19. Across Warwickshire carbon dioxide emissions from general waste disposal, per head of population, has reduced by 4% from 2013/14 to 2018/19, through householders’ efforts to reduce waste and recycle more. Since 2011/12…

… for every Warwickshire resident. Emissions the Council has indirect control over i.e. emissions from purchased goods and services, waste management, business travel, employee commuting and investments We will reduce, recycle and compost more of our office and household waste, and reduce our use of paper and single use plastic. We will develop and implement a new joint waste strategy…

…, public transport and active travel (walking and cycling); • respond to climate change and your environmental concerns including recycling and reducing waste; • support public health and wellbeing; and • manage our resources efficiently and sustainably. Feedback from you has enabled us to ensure that our outcomes meet your priorities. Of the responses received, your top three priorities…

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