Nus Ghani, MP for Wealden, will be holding a meeting with the leader of the East Sussex County Council next week to discuss the reopening of Household Waste Recycling Centre in Forest Row.
After speaking to the Waste Recycling Action Group, which has an overwhelming support in the community, Nus will be holding a meeting with the leader of the East Sussex County Council to discuss the reopening of the Household Waste Recycling Centre in Forest Row.
The Council has closed the site in 2018 and as a result, fly-tipping has increased in the area. Nus is determined to help the community to get the service reinstated and enhance the re-use and recycling capacity of the village.
Nus Ghani said: “I have previously campaigned against the closure of the recycling centre in Forest Row and I am keen to help local residents in their quest to reopen it. Looking after our environment is one of the most important matters in Wealden and after the appalling fly-tipping incident in Hartfield last month, it is evident that there is a great need in the area for recycling centres, where Wealden residents can dispose of their waste safely and considerately. I will be raising the case of Forest Row recycling centre at a meeting with the leader of the County Council next week and I hope that we will find a solution.”