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Council survey asks residents about recycling

Eastbourne Borough Council is inviting people to take part in a survey to help improve its household recycling service.

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Cllr Jim Murray
Councillor Jim Murray, Cabinet Member for Climate Change, said: "The great majority of people agree that recycling brings an array of environmental benefits, however figures show that the town isn't doing enough of it. 

"We want to help Eastbourne residents recycle as much of their household waste as possible. This survey will provide insights into existing recycling habits and knowledge so we can offer the right support that enables people to recycle more." 

The online survey at www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/EFrecycling/ takes just a few minutes to complete. It is open until Friday, September 15. 

Councillor Murray added: "Please take the time to fill in this survey so we can better understand what prevents people from recycling everything they could. Your views could help boost the amount we recycle in Eastbourne."

Published on August 14, 2023.

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