Leicestershire Waste Partnership


BarwellLeicestershireUnited Kingdom


"Leicestershire is pursuing a clear vision for sustainable waste management and resource use. Waste should first be prevented from arising, be reused, recycled or composted. Any residual waste that has not been reused, recycled or composted should be treated before disposal so that further value can be recovered and so that the impact of final disposal is minimised. Through the collaborative efforts of the Partnership, a majority of Leicestershire's waste will be recycled by 2010, growth in waste production will be in decline and local communities will be taking responsibility for the waste they produce." The Partnership is guided by the Member Steering Group (MSG), comprised of a Member from each partner authority, which meets at least six times a year to discuss major waste management issues in Leicestershire. Supported by senior officers from all eight partner authorities, the MSG makes recommendations to each partner council. To contact the Partnership or any of the partner authorities, visit the Contact Us page. * To view a PDF file, you need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on the computer. If you do not have the necessary software installed, you can download it free of charge from the Adobe Acrobat website.

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