Bin surveys

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Dear Bromley Borough Council,

I would like to know whether the Authority has carried out any form of bin survey over the past five years.

Can the Authority provide the number of bin surveys it has conducted in each calendar year since 2014?
If applicable, can the Authority also provide the number of households subject to bin surveys in the same period?
And a brief description of the survey, for example, which types of household waste or bins were surveyed, or what the project was called.

For clarity, a bin survey is used to identify the types of rubbish being thrown away by households or which bins are being used, or both. This may be known as a "compositional analysis".

:: I would like to receive data in an Excel file format.
:: I would appreciate the Authority providing any assistance to me regarding my request, if appropriate and as per relevant legislation.

Yours faithfully,

Basia Cummings

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From: Basia Cummings [mailto:[FOI #554012 email]]
Sent: 20 February 2019 11:45
To: FOI requests at Bromley Borough Council
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Bin surveys

 

Dear Bromley Borough Council,

I would like to know whether the Authority has carried out any form of bin
survey over the past five years.

Can the Authority provide the number of bin surveys it has conducted in
each calendar year since 2014?
If applicable, can the Authority also provide the number of households
subject to bin surveys in the same period?
And a brief description of the survey, for example, which types of
household waste or bins were surveyed, or what the project was called.

For clarity, a bin survey is used to identify the types of rubbish being
thrown away by households or which bins are being used, or both. This may
be known as a "compositional analysis".

:: I would like to receive data in an Excel file format.
:: I would appreciate the Authority providing any assistance to me
regarding my request, if appropriate and as per relevant legislation.

Yours faithfully,

Basia Cummings

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BromleyCorporateCustomerServices,

Thank you for your email, please be aware that any future FOI requests can
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From: Basia Cummings [mailto:[FOI #554012 email]]
Sent: 20 February 2019 11:45
To: FOI requests at Bromley Borough Council
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Bin surveys

 

Dear Bromley Borough Council,

I would like to know whether the Authority has carried out any form of bin
survey over the past five years.

Can the Authority provide the number of bin surveys it has conducted in
each calendar year since 2014?
If applicable, can the Authority also provide the number of households
subject to bin surveys in the same period?
And a brief description of the survey, for example, which types of
household waste or bins were surveyed, or what the project was called.

For clarity, a bin survey is used to identify the types of rubbish being
thrown away by households or which bins are being used, or both. This may
be known as a "compositional analysis".

:: I would like to receive data in an Excel file format.
:: I would appreciate the Authority providing any assistance to me
regarding my request, if appropriate and as per relevant legislation.

Yours faithfully,

Basia Cummings

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From: Basia Cummings [mailto:[FOI #554012 email]]
Sent: 20 February 2019 11:45
To: FOI requests at Bromley Borough Council
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Bin surveys

 

Dear Bromley Borough Council,

I would like to know whether the Authority has carried out any form of bin
survey over the past five years.

Can the Authority provide the number of bin surveys it has conducted in
each calendar year since 2014?
If applicable, can the Authority also provide the number of households
subject to bin surveys in the same period?
And a brief description of the survey, for example, which types of
household waste or bins were surveyed, or what the project was called.

For clarity, a bin survey is used to identify the types of rubbish being
thrown away by households or which bins are being used, or both. This may
be known as a "compositional analysis".

:: I would like to receive data in an Excel file format.
:: I would appreciate the Authority providing any assistance to me
regarding my request, if appropriate and as per relevant legislation.

Yours faithfully,

Basia Cummings

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