Waste Strategy for Lincolnshire
The county council, the seven district councils and the Environment Agency together form the Lincolnshire Waste Partnership (LWP).
The LWP’s vision is ‘to seek the best environmental option to provide innovative, customer-friendly waste management solutions that give value for money to Lincolnshire.’
Each year, around 360,000 tonnes of waste are dealt with by the LWP, most of which is household waste.
- Over 43% was recycled, reused or composted
- Around 52% was converted to energy, largely through our
- Less than 5% went to landfill
In order to coordinate the services provided by each council, the LWP has a Joint Municipal Waste Management Strategy (JMWMS).
During 2018, the LWP agreed a , and in early 2019 this was formally adopted by all eight LWP councils.
The JMWMS can be viewed, together with its accompanying SEA Environmental Report and Post-adoption Statement, at any of the main council offices (addresses below), during normal office hours (9am- 4.30pm)
If you would like your own copy, please either download it, or contact any of the council offices listed below. If you have any queries or issues, please contact us on email@example.com.
Boston Borough Council
City of Lincoln Council
East Lindsey District Council
Lincolnshire County Council
North Kesteven District Council
District Council Offices
South Holland District Council
South Kesteven District Council
St Peters Hill
West Lindsey District Council