For the ninth year in a row, residents in Oxfordshire have topped the table nationally when it comes to recycling, reusing and composting.
Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) has again been named the best performing county council waste disposal authority in England. In 2021-22, residents recycled, reused or composted 58.2% of their household waste, according to the latest government figures.
Oxfordshire’s five district and city councils, which operate the kerbside collections, also achieved excellent results in their national category. South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse came second and fourth respectively with recycling rates of 62.7% and 61.9%, while West Oxfordshire, Cherwell, and Oxford City councils were all in the top performing 22%.
More information on the OCC news website.