Developing recycling and reuse facilities – your priorities

What we want to know

We are planning a new waste and recycling facility to be built in the North Fringe area (Filton). You have told us you want and need a new facility in this area and we believe it could deliver further benefits for you:

  • Increase overall waste collection capacity,
  • Encourage more recycling,
  • Improve the efficiency of the waste and recycling collection service.

Through this survey, we want to find out what facilities you currently use to help us assess likely demand going forward. Additionally, as part of our strategy to achieve zero waste to landfill and net zero carbon emissions, we are keen to explore with you potential interest in wider schemes aimed at recycling and reusing unwanted items.

Share your views

We all benefit from increased recycling and reusing. Through this survey we want to hear from everyone in South Gloucestershire to understand your priorities for how we can best achieve this.

Please click on the button link immediately below to complete the short online survey.

Have your say button

Please note: We are currently experiencing technical issues accepting responses from some mobile phones. We are working with our supplier to resolve this issue as soon as possible, but please use a tablet or computer browser to complete the survey in the meantime. 

How your feedback will be used

Your feedback will help us prioritise investment in initiatives to support recycling and reusing.

Additional information to help you give your feedback

Complete a paper questionnaire

Problems completing the survey?

If you have any issues completing the survey, please contact South Gloucestershire Council's Insight and Engagement team by emailing

If you are sending a paper response, you should send it to:

South Gloucestershire Council, Insight and Engagement Team, Recycling facilities, PO Box 1953, Bristol, BS37 0DE


  • Opened
    14 Feb 2023 at 09:00
  • Closes
    24 Mar 2023 at 23:59



Consultation Topic
  • Environment and waste management
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Target Audience
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