From Environmental Resources Department, Dakota County Physical Development Division:
Dakota County is developing its Solid Waste Master Plan to identify strategies to achieve state goals, including a 75 percent recycling rate by 2030. The County is accepting comments on the draft plan through December 1.
The draft Dakota County Solid Waste Master Plan is now available for your review. Residents, businesses, municipalities, schools, and waste industry representatives are invited to provide comments on the Draft Master Plan through December 1. Dakota County would like to hear from businesses and organizations specifically about proposed trash and recycling strategies
Comments can be:
- Emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or
- Mailed to Dakota County Environmental Resources Department, Attn: Renee Burman, 14955 Galaxie Avenue, Apple Valley, MN 55124
The draft plan includes educational, financial and regulatory approaches to implement a variety of tactics and increases accountability among all stakeholders. Strategies in the draft plan were developed based on feedback gathered during the County’s stakeholder engagement process, and incorporate required approaches identified in the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s Metropolitan Solid Waste Policy Plan. More than 1,500 residents, business and industry representatives, cities and schools officials, and other stakeholders provided input on solid waste issues and potential strategies over the past year.Tags: Dakota County Environmental Resources, Dakota County Physical Development Division, Dakota County Solid Waste Master Plan Draft