The new calendars will provide residents with their black bin, blue bin and blue box collection dates up to October 2014. They also provide helpful information about items that should not be placed in the blue bin or blue box such as yoghurt cartons, plastic bags and food trays.
Inside the calendar are details of an online waste survey. This survey provides residents with the opportunity to have their say on the current waste and recycling services and asks for feedback on the possible future direction of waste services. Residents can take part in the survey until 31st October 2013, and the responses will be used to update the plan for dealing with Sheffield’s waste for the next 5-20 years.
Details of how to take part in the online survey are on the collection calendar or can be found by visiting www.sheffield.gov.uk/waste, by emailing [email protected] or by calling 0114 203 7621.
Jack Scott, Cabinet Member for Environment, Recycling and Streetscene comments: “We are suffering from huge cuts at the moment which have forced us to reduce some of the waste services we offer – such as moving to alternate week waste collections.“
“We need to update our plans for managing Sheffield’s waste and recycling for the next 5 to 20 years. How we handle waste is really important part of tackling climate change and keeping Sheffield a green city.”
"I really want as many people as possible to fill in the online survey to ensure that we offer the right waste and recycling services for Sheffield.”
Residents can expect to find the new calendars through their letter boxes during October. Anyone who has not received a new collection calendar by Monday 21st October should call: 0114 273 4567 or email: [email protected]
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