Still time for Harlow residents to take part in Waste Strategy consultation

Health / Thu 2nd Nov 2023 at 10:36am

DO you know about the Waste Strategy for Essex consultation? ♻️

Essex district, borough and city councils work closely to manage the waste within the county.

Together, they have drafted a new Waste Strategy for Essex.

A spokesperson said: “This is a document that sets out what we think the vision, targets and ambitions should be when it comes to managing waste over the next 30 years. But it isn’t done yet!

“We want to know your thoughts, so that we can make sure that the strategy is right for us all. It’s not just the councils that need to do it – it’s all of us! 🤝

“Your feedback is important to us, and will help to make the right decisions for all of the communities across Essex. After all, we are all in this together.

“Let us know how we should reduce waste, protect the environment and save resources for Essex, for our community, and for our future 🌍

“Have your say by 22 November ⚠️

For more information and to complete the survey, visit: www.essex.gov.uk/wastestrategy

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2 Comments for Still time for Harlow residents to take part in Waste Strategy consultation:

James Leppard
2023-11-03 12:09:40

Don't bother. Harlow Labour and Harlow Green Party both ignore public consultations.

Mark Gough
2023-11-03 15:02:06

Considering your pathetic half hearted attempt at a consultation over All Up Elections Cllr.Leppard, I don't think you are in any position to comment frankly! That said we can pretty much guess Labour's response - bring it all back in house and stop using private companies. In other words back to the bad old days and let their Trade Union mates strike when they want. Judging by the sky high piles of rubbish Brighton and Hove had to put up with under the failed Green Party's administration, I'm not sure they would be much use in the Consultation anyway. The main issue is to keep the number of bins to a minimum and regular collections as regular as possible. The rumoured move from two to six bins must be opposed at all levels! Dumping must be taken more seriously and fines should be larger. Heavy squad collections should be free or minimum charge. The dump should be free, more accessible and have longer opening hours! Simple really! Mark Gough - Reform UK

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