Bins, Recycling and Waste

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Annual Garden Waste Collection Shutdown

Following feedback on the garden waste shutdown last winter, the Council is undertaking a consultation on the proposed winter shut down for 2014/15. Shutting down the garden waste service over the coldest months of the year ensures efficient use of Council resources and provides carbon savings in reducing vehicle usage at a time of low participation in the service. The consultation seeks to assess views of residents about the timing of the shutdown, the length of shut down and the preferred method of communication to residents.

The consultation commences on 11 June 2014 and will end on 23 July 2014, we would like your views, so please complete the survey.

Please note, if you normally purchase additional garden waste bins, you will not be invoiced for the year 2014-15 until this consultation has ended.

Waste Strategy 2030 – please give your views

Cheshire East Council currently operates under a Waste Strategy that was prepared in 2007 - It is now time to update this Strategy. There is no statutory requirement for the Council to have a waste strategy; however, it is considered good practice to do so.

The Waste Strategy will be based on 19 high level objectives (PDF, 20KB) and we want to know what you think of these. Your views will then inform the developing Waste Strategy.

Complete this survey to have your say on the Waste Strategy 2030

The survey can also be completed online at any Cheshire East library or Cheshire East customer service centre.

If you have any questions about the survey please email

The consultation will end on 11th August 2014.

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