North Herts Council is inviting responses on the future of waste and recycling collections as it seeks to balance residents’ needs with the environmental impacts of services.
The council has opened an online survey which asks residents to share their current habits and seek their thoughts on potential future service changes. It also seeks to understand residents’ views on how best the district can minimise waste in the fight to tackle climate change locally.
The responses will be used to design the service for procurement next year ahead of the council’s contract ending in May 2025.
Cllr Amy Allen, Executive Member for Recycling and Waste Management, said: “The views of our residents are crucial in helping us shape the best services possible – for our communities, and for our planet.
“We know how important our waste, recycling and street cleansing services are to people, which is why we want to understand what’s working now and what could be improved for the future. I look forward to hearing everyone’s views in the coming weeks.”
The survey can be found online at http://ow.ly/4j0o50K25es and is open until midnight on Monday 22 August 2022.
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