Orange County Solid Waste has released a survey seeking input on their services from County residents and businesses. The survey asks respondents to share their opinions on and experiences with current Orange County Solid Waste services and to shape its Road to Zero Waste Plan.
The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete and will be open until Dec. 7, 2022. To take the survey, visit www.orangecountync.gov/ZeroWaste. The results of the surveys will inform the Road to Zero Waste Plan and be presented to Orange County's Solid Waste Advisory Group. The survey is available in English, Spanish, Burmese and Chinese.
“The feedback we receive through this survey will help inform how we are doing and how we can continue improving," said Robert Williams, Orange County Solid Waste Director. "It is important to us to solicit the opinions of our community as we make plans to pursue programs and practical technologies that minimize the volume and toxicity of wastes and protect the environment for future generations. If the survey piques your interest in your solid waste system, please do not hesitate to reach out to us to learn more. We will gladly answer your questions and help you navigate our services."
Residents are encouraged to take the survey and connect with Orange County officials. To learn more about Orange County Solid Waste and get answers to some of its most frequently asked questions, visit www.orangecountync.gov/2434/Frequently-Asked-Questions.
The Orange County Solid Waste Management Department operates the Orange County Integrated Solid Waste Management facility, which contains the Construction and Demolition Landfill, Regulated Material Recycling, and Mulch and Compost Sales. The Department also manages the county’s comprehensive Recycling Collection Programs for residential and commercial entities and five Waste and Recycling Centers, including two with Household Hazardous Waste and Food Waste drop-offs.