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The public consultation for this inquiry has closed. If you wish to know more about the outcomes of the inquiry, follow @SeneddEngage or @SeneddPAC on Twitter.

Waste Management is the process of disposal of rubbish and it affects everybody in Wales.

In 2018/19 all local authorities in Wales recycled an average of 63% of household waste collected. The Welsh Government has set a target for all local authorities in Wales to recycle an average of 70% of household waste by 2025 with the aim of becoming a zero waste nation by 2050.

The Public Accounts Committee is undertaking an inquiry into Waste Management and it wants to hear from you.

Share your experiences and ideas about:

  • how you currently recycle;
  • do you use plastic free methods to reduce your household waste;
  • what’s the household waste collection service like in your area;
  • and what things could be done to increase the amount you recycle.

Do you want to take part in the inquiry? You can:

  1. Place a pin on our digital map below and tell us about your experiences;
  2. Fill in a survey and answer in depth questions for this inquiry;
  3. Ask us a question about this inquiry.

Your views will help inform the Committee. To understand how your contribution will be used please read our Privacy Notice.

To read this information in Welsh click here.

Waste Management is the process of disposal of rubbish and it affects everybody in Wales.

In 2018/19 all local authorities in Wales recycled an average of 63% of household waste collected. The Welsh Government has set a target for all local authorities in Wales to recycle an average of 70% of household waste by 2025 with the aim of becoming a zero waste nation by 2050.

The Public Accounts Committee is undertaking an inquiry into Waste Management and it wants to hear from you.

Share your experiences and ideas about:

  • how you currently recycle;
  • do you use plastic free methods to reduce your household waste;
  • what’s the household waste collection service like in your area;
  • and what things could be done to increase the amount you recycle.

Do you want to take part in the inquiry? You can:

  1. Place a pin on our digital map below and tell us about your experiences;
  2. Fill in a survey and answer in depth questions for this inquiry;
  3. Ask us a question about this inquiry.

Your views will help inform the Committee. To understand how your contribution will be used please read our Privacy Notice.

To read this information in Welsh click here.

  • The Public Accounts Committee is undertaking an inquiry on Waste Management. They would greatly appreciate if you would share your views and experience on this matter as a citizen of Wales.

    The survey is for any citizen of Wales who has to deal with rubbish. It should take about 10 minutes to complete. You don’t have to answer every question.

    Your views will help inform the Committee's inquiry. To understand how your contribution will be used please visit our Communications Team Privacy Notice.

    To complete this survey in Welsh click here.

    If you prefer to complete a paper version of the survey you can download it from the library at the bottom right of this page, or request a copy from Catherine McKeag, Citizen Engagement Manager by email Catherine.mckeag@assembly.wales

    Free post your completed survey to: FREEPOST, FAO: Catherine McKeag, Citizen Engagement Team, National Assembly For Wales, Pierhead Street, Cardiff CF99 1NA.

    The public consultation for this inquiry has closed. If you wish to know more about the outcomes of the inquiry, follow @SeneddEngage or @SeneddPAC on Twitter.

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