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Worthing Borough Council

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… ● Develop a coalition of businesses who share sustainability values and ambitions, support them in the delivery and sharing of advice and projects, exploring the potential for a circular economy. ● Lobby and apply for strategic funding through the Local Economic Partnership to support companies and organisations which enable sustainable economic growth and build…

…, such as circular economies and degrowth. ● Build and promote local entrepreneurs who deliver bespoke and unique businesses and services, encouraging local economic activity through local loyalty schemes or currencies. ● Use the coronavirus crisis to support a green recovery, helping businesses to align their practices and services in ways which grow economic activity without…

… levels of recycling for sector wastes and promoting the circular economy. What Needs to Happen Next: ● Implement/promote green and food waste collections, enable community composting schemes and continue to increase the amount of waste which can be recycled by widely promoting what can and cannot be recycled to homes and businesses. ● Support…

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…

North West Leicestershire District Council

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…: Towards a circular economy In 2017 NWLDC achieved a recycling rate of 45.7%. Beyond 2025 the district will need to focus on moving beyond recycling to reduce total volumes through zero Waste will increasingly need to be considered as a high-value waste supply chains…

… and encouraging development of resource, where waste volumes are diminished and high re- a circular economy. use and recycling rates are the norm. Recycling should result in useful non-polluting inputs or re-purposed high-quality Proposed new targets materials. 2020 Permanent food…

Westminster City Council

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…. the amount of waste they produce, working in Create partnerships between businesses and academics partnership to improve waste reuse and recycling, to explore opportunities in the circular economy. and maximise circular economy opportunities. Organisations and local waste management Extend waste collection consolidation activity such companies work together…

London Borough of Redbridge

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…/. 15 14 The HRA housing portfolio is equivalent to roughly 4422 households and does not consider those households where the tenants own the leasehold. 16 17 18 15 A circular economy is an alternative to a traditional linear economy (make, use, dispose) in which we keep resources in use…

Westminster City Council

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… waste reuse Create partnerships between and recycling, and maximise circular businesses and academics to explore economy opportunities. opportunities in the circular economy. Organisations and local waste Extend waste collection consolidation management companies work activity such as The Crown Estate’s together to reduce the carbon Regent…

Ashford Borough Council

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… the This action plan has eight priorities: decline of habitats and species and protecting the natural environment; reducing adverse weather events; creating a circular economy to Priority 1: Raise awareness of climate change and increase The council…

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…

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…

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