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Decision details

Joint Waste Management Agreement

Decision Maker: Executive

Decision status: For Determination

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: Yes

Purpose:

Purpose of Report: to set out the progress to date in developing the Joint Waste Management Service between the City Council and North Yorkshire County Council. The new joint service will be responsible for waste disposal after it has been collected by the City Council and the management of the Allerton Park Energy from Waste site. The service will also have responsibility for the Household Waste sites but the City Council will retain control over the service levels.

The Executive will be asked to seek to approve the Joint Waste Management Agreement between City Council and North Yorkshire County Council to create the service as outlined in the report.

Decision:

Resolved:  (i)      That approval be given to enter into the Shared Waste Management Services Agreement contained in Appendix A to the report.

 

                   (ii)      That authority be delegated to the Director of Transport, Highways & Environment, in consultation with the Director of Governance or her delegated officers, to take such steps as are necessary to complete the agreement.

 

Reason:     To develop a shared waste management service across CYC and NYCC for the management and disposal of waste (excluding collection services).

 

                   (iii)     That the additional cost of the Shared Waste Management Agreement, and that this will be met from existing budgets, be noted.

 

Reason:     To be clear that CYC will pay its fair share of the cost of the shared service.

Report author: Shaun Morley

Publication date: 19/03/2021

Date of decision: 18/03/2021

Decided at meeting: 18/03/2021 - Executive

Effective from: 23/03/2021

Accompanying Documents:

 

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