Managing our waste better and recycling more is important.

Every one percent increase in recycling achieved will save the council around £90,000 - money which could be used to fund other services, especially those supporting the most vulnerable in our community.

Please read the accompanying information in the Summary Document about the Waste Strategy Update before answering these questions.

Please answer as many questions as you can in the text box at the bottom of each question. If there are any questions that you do not wish to answer, just move on to the next one.

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* In what postcode is your home or organisation located? 
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To work towards ending the use of Single Use Plastics the council will:
  • Maintain and expand a network of drinking water fountains across Lambeth to reduce the use of single-use plastic bottles in the borough;
  • Work towards eliminating the use of single-use plastics purchased by the council; and
  • Work towards eliminating the use of single-use plastics at local events e.g. by supporting reusable drinks containers or deposit-return systems.

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* To what extent do you agree or disagree with this overall approach and the actions proposed?

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* Do you have any comments to make about any of these actions or views on how the Council could implement them?

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* Do you have any other ideas to help the council reduce and eliminate the use of single-use plastics?

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* What actions could you and your community take to help to reduce and eliminate the use of single-use plastics in your neighbourhood?

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