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Glasgow & Clyde Valley: Campaigns

SWAG has carried out surveys in the 8 Local Authority areas of the Glasgow and Clyde Valley Waste Strategy Area. This was done in order to determine public attitudes and behaviour towards waste. Based on this, we are developing campaigns to engage members of the public in more sustainable waste managment.

Click on the links below if you would like to read the full text of the reports of these surveys:

Public Attitudes to Waste in East Dunbartonshire
Public Attitudes to Waste in West Dunbartonshire
Public Attitudes to Waste in Glasgow
Public Attitudes to Waste in Inverclyde
Public Attitudes to Waste in North Lanarkshire
Public Attitudes to Waste in South Lanarkshire
Public Attitudes to Waste in Renfrewshire
Public Attitudes to Waste in East Renfrewshire



North Lanarkshire Campaigns:
SWAG is currently campaigning to engage residents of North Lanarkshire in the following kerbside collection schemes:

South Lanarkshire Campaigns:
SWAG is currently campaigning to engage residents of South Lanarkshire in the following kerbside collection schemes:

East Renfrewshire Campaigns:
SWAG is currently campaigning to engage residents of East Renfrewshire in the following kerbside collection scheme:

At the present time, SWAG is currently in discussion with East Dunbartonshire Council, West Dunbartonshire Council, Renfrewshire Council, Glasgow Council, Inverclyde Council and South Lanarkshire Council. We hope that we will soon be able to run campaigns in partnership with these Local Authorities.

Beth Williams and Colin Wilson are the Campaign Assistants responsible for the Clyde Valley Waste Strategy Area.

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