Croydon residents are encouraged to get involved in shaping a new proposal for rubbish, recycling, and street cleansing services ahead of the current contract with Veolia coming to an end in 2025.
In January, the council launched a six-week consultation to give people the chance to give their views on the current service and what Croydon should prioritise in a new contract. This feedback will be used to help design a proposal for what services we will be looking for from potential bidders.
The current service includes recycling, general rubbish collection, garden waste, food waste, bulky waste collections, street cleansing and fly-tip removal.
The online survey can be accessed via the council website, and will close at 23:59 on Friday 24 February.
“Like you, cleaner streets and reliable collections are really important to me. Your feedback on these essential services matters to us and I’m pleased to see we have already had hundreds of responses.
“I want to encourage anyone who hasn’t yet responded to take part – whether you receive kerbside collection or have communal bins, we want to hear from all of you about what works, what doesn’t, and what matters most in a new service.”
Jason Perry, Executive Mayor of Croydon