The North London Waste Authority which includes Hackney has been developing the North London Waste Plan which will drive investment in waste management infrastructure for the next 20 years. The NLWP will have significant implications for what happens to Hackney's waste in future.
It was partly the need to come up with a "preferred option" for managing Hackney's waste as part of the NLWP which was behind the recent decision to…Continue
Added by James Diamond on June 28, 2012 at 12:30 — No Comments
As expected Hackney's cabinet decided to accept the recommendation from the recycling team to move to commingled recycling collections, starting next spring. This will mean an end to the green box collections and the introduction of recycling sacks instead. Instead of being sorted by hand at the roadside the recycling will be sorted by machine at Bywaters MRF (Material Recycling Facility) in Leyton.…Continue
"Sustainable Hackney understands that a paper on a change to the recycling system for street level properties will be presented to Cabinet on 20th March. We feel that the proposed…Continue
Added by James Diamond on February 2, 2012 at 17:30 — No Comments
A proposal to move to commingled collection for the borough will be decided on by the Cabinet Procurement committee on 20th March.
Council will debate the issue on 29th Feb, so let your councillor know what you think by writing to them at http://www.hackney.gov.uk/findmycouncillor.htm
Hackney Council is conducting a trial of mixed recycling collections using orange bags in Cazenove Ward. The bags replace the familiar green box, and the recycling is sorted at an MRF (Material Recycling Facility) rather than at the kerbside.
We have concerns that the quality of the material will suffer and there will be more rejections, and we've written to the council's recycling officer to ask about our concerns.…Continue