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September 22, 2015
Hillingdon Council has played a leading role in the development of the West London Waste Plan (WLWP), which has established an overall target for recycling of 60 per cent.
It has been announced that the target in question is to be reached by 2031. Businesses have been told they should aspire to a 70 per cent recycling target. This corporate goal has been set for 2020. Digital printing in Ruislip Manor could be used by enterprises that want to limit their paper consumption. The leader for Hillingdon Council, Ray Puddifoot, has declared:
“I am delighted that this plan has been adopted. A lot of work has gone into ensuring that future facilities for managing waste in west London will be developed in a way that brings maximum benefits to our businesses and communities.”
Councillor Puddifoot has confirmed that the WLWP was developed after a large consultation. This process involved taking on board the views of businesses and local residents. Less landfill should be the consequence of this effort.
The production of the WLWP has received input from other London boroughs as well as Hillingdon. The inclusion of Harrow, Ealing, Richmond, Brent, and Hounslow in the work has reportedly led to considerable cost savings along the way.
It has been stressed that future planning applications within the territory will be affected by the initiative, so the inclusion of an inspector of planning in the process was necessary.