Warwickshire residents are being invited to rate the County’s nine household waste recycling centres.
As well as surveying some of the service’s 1.6 million annual visitors over the next few weeks, there will also be an online survey.
Warwickshire County Council waste chiefs admit that their 2015 satisfaction rating of 97.71% (up from 92.9%) will be a hard act to follow. However, the award-winning service continues to grow in popularity with Warwickshire Age UK running eight of the nine charity re-use shops and 2nd Chance based at Judkins Recycling Centre in Nuneaton.
Cllr Jeff Clarke, Warwickshire County Council’s Portfolio Holder for the Environment, said: “Recycling has increasingly become a part of people’s everyday lives and Warwickshire people have been fantastic in ensuring that they dispose of waste appropriately.
“We work with them to make sure that recycling at our household waste recycling centres is made as convenient as possible. This survey will help us to ensure that what we provide is what people want.”
Cllr Philip Johnson, Chair of Warwickshire County Council’s Communities Overview and Scrutiny Committee, said: “We know that the household waste recycling centres webpage is among the most viewed on the County’s website. The public are clearly engaging with the service. Completing this survey will also inform the scrutiny committee and help us to ensure that the Council is providing what its residents want and need.”
Face-to-face surveying will run for four weeks from May 14th while the on-line survey can be found at askwarks.wordpress.com closing June 12th 2016.