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67% Decisions
Please click here to access the individual Executive Decisions database. St. Description of Decision. In introducing the report Councillor Atkins highlighted that the Committee had recommended that a joint Member and Officer "Task and Finish" Group be established to review tree management options with the aim of developing a tree management policy.
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67% Decisions
Please click here to access the individual Executive Decisions database. 450. Expansion of Rural Recycling Sites. (1). 16/12/2009 - Annual Adult Social Care Performance Report and Assessment from Care Quality Commission 2008-09 and Reference from Adult Social Care & Health Policy, Review & Development Committee meeting held 14 December 2009 (Reports of Adult Services Portfolio Ho ref:...
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67% Decision details
Capital Programme Bids (Report of Finance Portfolio Holder and Executive Director for Finance & Corporate Services enclosed) Find out more about this issue Decision maker: Executive. To provide additional recycling banks in the rural areas to help increase the recycling rate.
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64% Information for Developers
Browser does not support script. The information below is to assist developers to estimate what waste and recycling storage requirements are suitable for the needs of the development. The total minimum volume of bin storage for each dwelling proposed should be calculated at the rate of:.
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62% Mini Recycling Sites
Browser does not support script. Mini Recycling Sites Bedford Borough Council currently operates a network of 68 sites where residents can recycle glass, textiles, shoes and paper. Use the instructions below to help.
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62% Rubbish, Recycling and Waste Services
Rubbish, Recycling and Waste Services. Recycling in flats Reducing Waste Home composting Reusable nappies Love Food Hate Waste Waste reduction hints and tips Other Waste Services Household Waste Recycling Centre Local recycling sites Bulky waste Assisted collections News and Information News from the Recycling Team Education for everyone FAQs Facebook and Twitter.
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60% Frequently Asked Questions
Browser does not support script. You will then need to enter your postcode. Back to top. Alternatively, some supermarkets, such as Sainsbury's, provide recycling facilities for energy-saving light bulbs.
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60% New partnership for Household Waste Recycling Centre
You are here: Home Page > Council and Democracy > Council News > Archived News > April 2012 > New partnership for HWRC. James May, Marketing Manager at HW Martin Waste Ltd, added: "The Barkers Lane Household Waste Recycling Centre is an excellent example of a well-designed and built HWRC, making recycling pleasant and hassle-free for the public.
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60% New partnership for Household Waste Recycling Centre
Browser does not support script. They both ensure that local residents will continue to receive an excellent level of service, while the contracts will save a combined 370,000 per year, helping to protect these frontline services.".
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58% Reduce and Reuse
Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script. Reduce and Reuse Here you will find lots of simple practical advice on how to reduce your waste at home, click the links to explore. page. All rights reserved.
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