Pinellas County Wants to Talk Trash
The county is developing a solid-waste master plan and wants to hear from residents and businesses about current services as well as ideas for future projects.
PINELLAS COUNTY – Pinellas County Solid Waste is seeking feedback from residents, businesses and business partners about its existing solid waste operations, programs, facilities, technologies, and countywide recycling and diversion programs, as well as ideas for future projects through an online survey.
The survey is the first public engagement step in the development of the 30-year solid waste master plan, which is underway. Citizen and customer feedback is vital to ensure that the county’s integrated solid waste management system aligns and sustains its existing programs to meet current needs, while evaluating, planning, developing and implementing new programs and technologies that will attend to the needs of residents and businesses for the next 30 years.
Planning over a 30-year horizon is an industry best practice, enabling the county, its municipalities and business partners to best determine where to focus key efforts to help extend the life of the landfill, preserve and enhance the environment and add to the overall quality of life in Pinellas County.
The solid waste master plan survey is available at surveymonkey.com/r/pinellascountymasterplan through the end of February.
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