Mon 22 Jan, 2018

Do you have any bright ideas for reducing waste in Fife?

Fife Council is currently preparing a new resources (waste) strategy, and is asking for your views on the best ways to reduce waste and repair, reuse and recycle items.

The strategy will look at waste as a resource rather than something to throw away. In addition to the environmental benefits that this could offer, the money saved on waste disposal could then be invested in local services.

To have your say, simply complete this form. This consultation is open until 10th February 2018.

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