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In 2001/2, over 381,000 tonnes of household waste were generated in Devon. About three-quarters of this was collected by the Waste Collection Authorities (District or Unitary Councils), whilst the remainder was taken by members of the public to the County Council’s Recycling Centres (previously known as Civic Amenity Recycling Centres – or CARCs for short). Household waste represents well under half the waste generated in Devon, the remainder being commercial and industrial waste, together with waste from construction and demolition sites.
For more information please refer to Waste Planning Processes
Find out more
- Waste Local Plan
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Waste Development Documents
- Waste Planning Processes
- Monthly List of Planning Applications
- Minerals and Waste Development Framework
If you wish to make any comment, or have any queries, regarding the Waste Local Plan, please contact us using the details shown below, or click on the online enquiry form.
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