Consultation on the future of managing waste

The strategy was adopted on 28 January 2019, the announcement document can be seen below:

JMWMS adoption announcement

South Kesteven District Council is joining forces with other local authorities across Lincolnshire to tackle the many challenges of dealing with the county's waste and recycling.

The Lincolnshire Waste Partnership, which includes Lincolnshire County Council and all seven district authorities, wants to formulate the best and most environmentally sustainable waste strategy for the future.

The LWP has put together a Joint Municipal Waste Management Strategy outlining future plans to reduce levels of contamination in recycling and improve how non-recyclable waste is disposed of.

In Lincolnshire, around 360,000 tonnes of municipal waste is produced each year - about half a tonne of waste per year for each person living in Lincolnshire.

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