When will you be recycling?

Southampton will be recycling its ceramic waste by the end of April 2019, despite having no clear idea when the new scheme will start.

It said in a statement that it would use a pilot scheme to begin collecting waste from the recycling plant by the first of April.

“We are currently looking at the feasibility of this approach.” “

Southampton had been working with a local recycling company, the Southwark and District Recycling Group, on the plan for recycling the waste, which was initially designed to start in May. “

We are currently looking at the feasibility of this approach.”

Southampton had been working with a local recycling company, the Southwark and District Recycling Group, on the plan for recycling the waste, which was initially designed to start in May.

However the company said it was now looking at whether to use the pilot scheme or a different scheme.

Southwark City Council said in March that the scheme would begin in April 2019 and that the waste was likely to be collected by the city’s waste collection plant by April.

Southampton was one of the first towns in the country to set up a recycling facility, which now accounts for 20% of the council’s total waste collection.

A new recycling plant would help meet a growing demand for waste, with more than 7.5 million tonnes of waste being sent to the city every year, according to the council.

The scheme, which is being run by the Waste Services Association, aims to collect 5.6 million tonnes, with a target to reach 20% by 2020.

The council said it hoped the pilot would help reduce the amount of plastic waste being dumped in the city.