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Wirral Council

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… The way the economy presently operates Wirral Council, ‘The Loop’ reduction ‘The Loop: has been characterised as a ‘linear Merseyside governance in indirect Wirral’ circular economy’ in which natural resources are Recycling and and business emissions economy taken, transformed, used…

… and/or materials ‘looping back’ through the system. The transition to a circular economy will require many changes - legal, financial, technical and cultural - along…

… of such activities and technologies ‘The Loop: Wirral’ circular economy programme will be developed to promote and accelerate circular practices and provide incubator space to nurture businesses developing…

Cherwell District Council

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…-town development. Maximise waste reduction and recycling Target zero growth in waste per person and an increase in the circular economy Natural Carbon Management Work towards assessing whole system carbon impacts in our waste…

… on Work in partnership to delivery the Joint the role of ‘circular economy’ Municipal Waste Management Strategy Waste and Work towards whole system carbon impacts consumption in our waste strategy planning and seek…

East Lothian Council

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… reduction and recycling 2: Circular economy 3: Reducing litter and plastic waste TACKLING CLIMATE CHANGE…

Milton Keynes

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… carbon neutrality. 2.3 The benefits of achieving carbon neutrality are many including generating renewable energy thereby providing resilience to the nationwide grid; reducing the levels of carbon emissions and therefore improving the air quality and creating circular economies across Milton Keynes which increase the efficient use of resources to reuse materials, use less water…

Wyre Council

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… in fuel poverty by Ongoing High providing advice regarding more fuel-efficient heating. 5.0 Waste Educate and support residents and businesses to reduce, recycle and reuse materials as part of sustainable circular economy. 5.1 Household waste Continue to encourage residents to Ongoing High collection…

Wirral Council

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… as April 2020 possible with products, components and/or materials ‘looping back’ through the system. The transition to a circular economy will require many changes – legal, financial, technical and cultural - along…

… with the active involvement of multiple parties. Some pioneering businesses are already actively adopting circular practices and/or developing technologies that will assist. To increase the uptake of such activities and technologies ‘The Loop: Wirral’ circular

economy programme will be developed to promote and accelerate circular practices and provide incubator space to nurture businesses developing circular technologies and approaches. Accelerate Ensure policies in the Planning policy…

Gwynedd County Council

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… as only approximately 60% of food is collected. 38 Adopt circular economy waste policies in It is most certain a Council priority to have a circular economy. relevant plans and contracts. 39 Promote community sharing and reuse. The service promotes re-use in our recycling centres by working locally with the third sector…

Herefordshire Council

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… to the cabinet member for contracts and assets, the wider executive and the waste management team. The government’s Resource and Waste Strategy 2018 encourages a move towards a more sustainable circular economy, protecting natural resources and maximising the life of materials. In waste this means doing all we can to prevent waste, encourage reuse, recycle materials and use what’s left to recover energy. New…

… services to collect food waste and increase recycled material quality are expected. These measures are likely to see a requirement for additional vehicles to collect waste differently from how we do now. This could result in an increase in Scope 3 emissions, however our move to a more circular economy will help reduce use of natural resources and reduce county-wide carbon emissions overall…

Somerset County Council

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…. GOAL 2 need for socially sustainable procurement as well makes the biggest contribution to achieving the as a move towards a circular economy. Goals of this Strategy. To work towards making Somerset a Carbon 2.2 Climate…

Mid Devon District Council

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… Yes Ensure the majority of recyclables are recycled in council buildings 1 Regulation 4040 2021/22 No Adopt circular economy waste policies Regulation…

North Hertfordshire District Council

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… and targets to improve the UK’s air and water quality and protect threatened plants, trees and wildlife species.  The Resource and Waste Strategy 2018 outlines the actions the UK will take to minimise waste, promote resource efficiency and move towards a circular economy.  The Clean Air Strategy 2019 demonstrates how the national government will tackle all sources…

Derby City Council

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… and the area has benefitted from innovation and creativity to develop new technology. By developing the low carbon economy, the city is realising lower costs, retaining more money in the local economy and extracting maximum value from materials, recovering and regenerating component parts and materials at the end of life (promoting a circular economy).There is less dependency on energy and resources…

… supplies, and turns waste into useful products, embracing the Circular Economy. This will make sure Derby is a more resilient city that has the capability to adapt its services, economy and activities to both the changes to the climate and in resource availability. The present Work with regional and national partners is being carried out to build a better understanding of how well the city is adapting…

Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames

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…, sustainable borough: i. Sustainable transport and travel ii. Air quality iii. Energy efficiency in homes and workspaces iv. Generating and harnessing energy v. Biodiversity and green spaces vi. Waste management, recycling and the circular economy B. The Council has established a cross…

… Plan (in development) Waste Management, recycling and the circular economy 53. Decomposing food waste emits methane, which is a significant greenhouse gas, and even recycling has carbon emissions implications through the necessary transport and processing activities. Kingston is a member of the South London Waste Partnership, which aims to minimise the amount of waste…