The City of Dallas is updating its Local Solid Waste Management Plan (LSWMP) to support the City’s environmental and sustainability goals. The LSWMP was adopted by the Dallas City Council in February 2013 to identify the policies, programs and infrastructure that will be needed to manage solid waste and recyclable materials generated in the City over the next 50 years. Many changes have occurred since the plan was adopted and the LSWMP Update will reassess the City’s needs and provide short-term and long-term strategies to meet the City’s goals.
We Need Your Input
Your input is important and will be used to inform decisions about Dallas' solid waste and recycling programs as well as future opportunities to reduce waste destined for the landfill. The City of Dallas needs our industry input as they make their plans. Help us voice our industry needs by responding to the survey linked below.
The Survey Closes Friday, July 2.