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Grampian: Campaigns

Public Attitudes to Waste

In 2002, SWAG undertook surveys of Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire and Moray, in order to determine the attitudes and behaviours of the residents towards waste. You can download PDF versions of the reports here:

Public Attitudes to Waste In Aberdeen City
Public Attitudes to Waste In Aberdeenshire
Public Attitudes to Waste in Moray

We will soon be publishing a summary report for the North East. In the mean while, if you have any questions, please email us.

Waste Aware Grampian: Unwrapping Christmas

This Christmas, we are running a campaign to encourage people to Reduce their Christmas waste by giving their friends and family experiences instead of gifts. Can you use more imagination and less wrapping?

Aberdeen City: New Recycling Points

Around 6 out of 10 people in the City don’t use their Recycling Points. Aberdeen City Council have now installed 9 news sets of Recycling Points around the City, and there are more to follow. SWAG is currently running a campaign to raise awareness of Recycling Points.


Paper Kerbside Recycling (Aberdeenshire)

83% of the people we surveyed in Aberdeenshire told us that they would like to recycle at the kerbside. We have produced leaflets and press advertisements to engage members of the public in Aberdeenshire Council's paper kerbside recycling scheme.

Please click here for more details of the Aberdeenshire Paper Recycling Kerbside Collection


We look forward to working with Moray Council in the near future.

Ishani Erasmus is the Campaign Assistant responsible for the North East Waste Strategy Area.

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