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Staffordshire Pays Respects To HRH Prince Philip (1921 - 2021)

Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent Joint Municipal Waste Management Strategy

Following extensive public consultation in 2007, the Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent Municipal Waste Strategy was completed and published together with the Zero Waste Strategy 2020. 

Since this time, advances in the waste management industry, amendments to legislation and changing national priorities required a revised approach for Staffordshire. Local Authorities across Staffordshire and Stoke on Trent have collaborated to produce a refreshed Joint Waste Management Strategy, setting out the direction for Waste Management in Staffordshire up to 2020 and retained the Zero Waste objective. The refreshed document was written in 2013 to create additional outcomes for the remaining years of the Waste Management Strategy, with all documents and reports available to download or read on-line:

2013 refreshed documents

2007 original reports

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Latest environment news

Staffordshire welcomes additional Green Homes funding

Families in Staffordshire are set to benefit from extra funding to help them make their homes more energy efficient along with support for those who might be struggling with energy bills.
Date:
25 March 2021

Staffordshire air quality improvement project receives £300,000 boost

A project to improve air quality in Staffordshire by engaging with schools and businesses and promoting electric vehicle use has received a £300,000 government boost.
Date:
18 March 2021

Country park visitor investment for 2021

Cannock Chase, Chasewater and Greenway Bank will all benefit after owners Staffordshire County Council coordinated funding from the EU's European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and committed money raised from car parking fees at country parks. Lichfield District Council is also contributing towards improvements at Chasewater Country Park.
Date:
17 March 2021

Project to upgrade county's street lights underway

A project to update thousands of Staffordshire street lights that will use less energy and save money is underway.
Date:
09 March 2021

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