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isleofwightameyThe Isle of Wight Council, in partnership with Amey, has launched a survey into household recycling and waste services on the Island.

The Council would like to hear your views about the service to ensure existing services continually improve. It follows on from the change in waste provider from Island Waste to Amey.

Islanders have until Friday 23rd December 2016 to have their say on the current service provision, as well as putting forward their suggestions for future improvements or ideas on how the Island can reduce waste and recycle more.

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The annual residents survey can be completed online at or via a paper version available from County Hall reception area, libraries and Council help centres.

Once the closing date for the survey has passed, the information will be collated and used to monitor the current service operation.

Executive member for environment, sustainability and local engagement, Councillor Paul Fuller, said:

“We are very interested to know the views of the public about our current recycling and waste provision as this survey will help assess our current service and inform our planning for the future.

“I would also like to thank the public for their patience whilst the new service rolled out this year and their co-operation in helping the Island as a whole, become more responsible for reducing our waste and recycling more.”

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The Council is responsible for the collection, treatment and disposal of household recyclables and waste on the Island – which is delivered through a contract with Amey.

Completed hard copies should be returned before 23rd December 2016 to:

Waste Service Team
Customer Service Centre
County Hall
High Street
Isle of Wight
PO30 1UD

For more information regarding waste and recycling, visit

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