Surrey County Council has launched a consultation giving you the chance to have your say on the vision for the new Surrey Waste Local Plan.
Its important that the waste Surrey produces is managed sustainably while working towards sending zero waste to landfill. The new plan will make sure enough land is available so that facilities can be built to manage the waste Surrey households and businesses produce in the most sustainable way.
What is the Surrey Waste Plan?
The new Surrey Waste Local Plan will identify sites or areas that are best suited for waste facilities, taking lots of factors into consideration, such as the environment and local communities. The plan will also set out policies that will guide decision making.
What kind of waste will the Surrey Waste Plan cover?
The new Surrey Waste Local Plan will plan for all types of waste to be managed sustainably including; household, commercial, construction and hazardous.
The consultation will run until 25 November 2016 and to find out more and have your say, visitwww.surreycc.gov.uk/newwasteplan
Paper questionnaires are also available in Surrey libraries and local council offices, or you can request a copy by calling 0300 200 1003.