Target 45+ is the Joint Sustainable Waste Management Strategy (the Strategy) developed in partnership by Kingston upon Hull City Council and the East Riding of Yorkshire Council (the Councils). The document sets out how the Councils plan to manage Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) produced in the area. MSW includes waste from households, waste collected from businesses and other waste produced as a result of delivering environmental services such as street sweeping and gully cleaning.
The Strategy was jointly adopted by both Councils in 2006 and at that time clearly set out the strategic aims and targets for waste collection, recycling and disposal over a 15 year period from 2006-2020.
Since adopting the Strategy in 2006, both Councils have made significant progress in delivering these aims. The purpose of this planned 5-yearly strategy review is to outline the progress made by the Councils, set out the current position and explain the proposed updated strategic aims and targets in the Strategy.
The full Joint Sustainable Waste Management Strategy is below, or the individual Strategy aims are on the left.
Joint Sustainable Waste Management Strategy