Residents were asked for their opinions on proposals to change the waste collection service provided by the Council.
We sought the views of residents on the future of the waste collection service provided to kerbside properties. That is, those households who have wheeled bins. by the Council.
We asked residents to tell us their views on seven proposals. These included the possible introduction of one or more of fortnightly collections of the blue-lid and grey-lid bins, a chargeable garden materials collection service and a separate weekly food waste collection.
Key drivers behind the consultation included a reduced Council budget and the likelihood of a significant increase in waste disposal costs related to the construction of the new Energy from Waste and Resource Recovery Facility planned at the Eco park in Edmonton.
The public consultation comprised of:
The consultation took place between 29 October 2018 and 6 January 2019
The criteria for the options appraisal will be financial savings, conformity with the Mayor’s Environment Strategy, and the responses to the consultation. Details of the feedback provided are contained within the report of the Cabinet meeting (13 November 2019).
The changes to be implemented to the kerbside collections are as follows:
The changes to the kerbisde wheeled bin collections will start from Autumn 2019. Residents will be kept updated of the implementation of the changes.
If you have any queries, please email the Consultation and Resident Engagement Services Team on email@example.com