Household waste management tackled by officers
Officers are visiting properties in the Barton area to help them manage their waste as part of the Believe in Barton Campaign.
The campaign follows on from the Believe in Gloucester campaign, helping communities to take pride in their area and tackle any issues they have.
Officers have found that many residents in the Barton area did not have adequate facilities to dispose of their waste and recycle items from home.
During the next few weeks officers will be visiting householders to find out if they need any help managing their waste, with for example, additional recycling bins or larger waste bins if there is a large household living in one property.
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Councillor Sajid Patel, Cabinet Member for Environment, Gloucester City Council said: "We have contacted a number of streets already to let them know we will be in the area soon.
"Officers have already identified a number of households who did not have recycling boxes at their properties. They will be issued recycling boxes and food caddy's, in addition to literature containing information on recycling.
"The literature will be available in a number of different languages to help residents clearly understand what they can recycle from home.
Properties covered on 9th August 2013 and 16 August 2013 have been: 182-234 Barton Street / 209-223 Barton Street, Hopewell Street, St James Street, Ryecroft Street and High Street
And to be covered on the 23 August 2013 and 30 August 2013: 97-209 Barton Street, 110-180 Barton Street, Stratton Road, Charles Street, Napier Street, Vauxhall Road and Blenheim Road.