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Message from Carmarthenshire County Council:
In line with the statutory recycling targets set by Welsh Government, we have been reviewing the delivery of future household waste collections throughout the county.
In order to meet Welsh Government’s 70% recycling target by 2025, we must increase the amount and quality of household recycling presented to us in our kerbside collections, and look at ways of reducing the amount of waste that is thrown out in black bags. This will also help us to reduce our carbon footprint and provide a more efficient and cost-effective service for our residents.
As a result, we have developed a set of proposals which would transform how household waste is presented and collected at the kerbside.
We have launched a survey to gather feedback to help us to shape the way in which any changes are introduced in the future, and developed a web page with more information on the proposals. The survey will close on Wednesday, July 7.
Please follow this link to complete the survey:
The feedback received will be used in a report to accompany proposals for a new waste strategy for Carmarthenshire which will be presented to the Executive Board.