Oxfordshire Tops Recycling Table

For the eighth year in a row, Oxfordshire has topped the table nationally when it comes to recycling, reusing, and composting.

Oxfordshire County Council (OCC) has been named the best performing county council waste disposal authority in England.  According to government figures, in 2020-21, residents recycled, reused, or composted 59.5% of their household waste, an increase on the previous year’s figure of 58.8%.

Oxfordshire’s five district and city councils, which operate the kerbside collections, also achieved excellent results in their national categories, with South Oxfordshire coming second.

For more information, see the OCC news website.

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