Can London meet its 2030 recycling target? – Environment Committee
In 2018, the Mayor set a target for London’s households to recycle 50% of its rubbish by 2030. Current figures show London’s household recycling rate at 33% – the same level it has been for the last 10 years.
In this meeting the London Assembly Environment Committee meet tomorrow as part of its investigation into waste and recycling in the capital, looking at how London can get on track to meet the Mayor’s targets, and what steps the Mayor can take to support an increase in recycling in London.
– Jemilah Bailey, Policy and Programmes Manager, Greater London Authority (GLA)
– Wayne Hubbard, Chief Executive Officer, ReLondon
– Matthew Homer, Waste and Strategy Manager, Islington Council
– Rachel Espinosa, Deputy General Manager, Western Riverside Waste Authority
– Phil Roche, Head of Commercial, Bio Collectors
– Ray Parmenter, Head of Policy and Technical, Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM)
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