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Comprehensive Plan Survey

Comprehensive Plan Survey

Background

Austin Resource Recovery (ARR), a City of Austin department, provides a wide range of services designed to transform waste into resources while keeping our community clean. Services include curbside collection of trash, yard waste, recycling, composting, brush, and bulky waste; access to the Recycle & Reuse Drop-off Center; rebate programs; as well as citywide services such as street sweeping.

In 2011, Austin City Council approved ARR’s Zero Waste goals, including keeping 90% of discarded materials in Austin out of the landfill by 2040. ARR is developing the ARR Comprehensive Plan to assess the progress of the City towards its Zero Waste goals, and to plan its next steps.

Getting involved

We are collecting your ideas and feedback through June 1, 2021, and will consider all feedback in the development our Comprehensive Plan. The survey  will take about 5 minutes. Your participation is voluntary, and answers are confidential and anonymous.

Thank you for collaborating with us to reach our big goal!

How often do you practice the following:
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How knowledgeable are you with the following programs and services offered by ARR?
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Have you used any of these programs or services?
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If additional waste drop-off facilities or a hard-to-recycle collection service were to be established in Austin, which of the following options would you be more likely to use? (Select all that apply)

The City of Austin has one drop-off facility, the Recycle & Reuse Drop-off Center.

This facility accepts hard-to-recycle materials like Styrofoam, plastic bags, household hazardous waste, and more.

Select a response
In your opinion, how do you think the City of Austin can reach its Zero Waste goal by 2040?

Your comments are private.

In your opinion, what are some of the benefits of reaching Zero Waste in Austin?

Your comments are private.