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Sunday, 3 May 2015

Recycling

Arun's current recycling rate is 38.4%, we are aiming for 50% by 2020, but as Arun is not a unitary authority, e.g. West Sussex County Council does  there own recycling via the recycling centres, if you joined Aruns and WSCC local recycling  then you are already near 50% rate.  Also the new mechanical recovery unit will come on line in August and this will boost recycling even further by treating waste into some recyclables and redirecting it away from Land-fill.

Compare this to Green controlled Brighton City Council which is a unitary authority and has a pitiful recycling rate of 25.8% which in fact has gone backwards under their control,  The Greens talk the talk on recycling, but because they funnel funds into staff costs rather than improving the service, they do a disservice to local residents.

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