There will be face to face surveys at the sites carried out by an independent research company between 5 and 25 November 2018. Or residents can fill in a short survey about any of the 9 sites we run. The online survey will be live from 5 November until 21 December 2018.
These surveys give people a chance to highlight what they like and what they think needs improving at the sites in:
- Newhall (Bretby)
- Northwood (Darley Dale)
- Buxton (Waterswallows)
Councillor Simon Spencer, our cabinet member for highways, transport and infrastructure, said:
“Recycling has never been more important and we are always looking for ways to improve our recycling centres.
“This includes talking to residents about what we can do to help them recycle more – which helps us to reduce the £39 million it costs council tax-payers each year to deal with Derbyshire’s waste.
“So I’d encourage people to take a couple of minutes to tell us how we can improve the services we provide at our recycling centres.”
Dealing with Derbyshire’s waste cost us over £39 million in 2017/2018 and these costs are continuing to rise. The more people reduce, reuse and recycle the more money can be saved on these costs and used to support other services.
Find out more about household waste recycling centres in Derbyshire.