New recycling service in Stirling aims to help the environment
Written by centralfmnews on November 22, 2019
A new recycling scheme has launched in Stirling’s city centre, which aims to reduce the amount of waste being left on the streets.
The local authority sent out information packs to residents in October, to let them know further details about the initative.
There are 11 recycling points in total, although their locations could change depending on service use.
The latest figures show 55% of household waste is currently recycled in Stirling – the Scottish average is 46%.
We spoke to Bruce Reekie from Stirling Council and Zero Waste Scotland’s Jenny Fraser this week.
They told us more details about the scheme.
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