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Surrey Environment Partnership

Coronavirus update

Subject to the ongoing situation, it's essential that we continue recruiting safely. Therefore, interviews and communication will be virtual wherever possible and this will be communicated to you directly by the hiring manager.

Please also expect that advert closing dates and interview dates may change as required. We still continue to welcome applications for our current roles and wish you the best of luck with your application.

We would welcome applications especially for our most critical roles to ensure we're supporting our residents

The Surrey Environment Partnership (SEP) is made up of Surrey County Council (SCC) and the 11 district and borough councils in the county. It aims to manage Surrey's waste in the most efficient, effective, economical and sustainable manner.

The 11 district and borough councils are waste collection authorities (WCAs) and are responsible for the collection of Surrey's municipal waste which includes waste from households. The county council is the waste disposal authority and is responsible for the disposal and treatment of Surrey's municipal waste collected at the kerbside and waste and recycling from Surrey's community recycling centres (CRCs).

To find out more about how the partnership is working together, read our strategy, visit our projects page, which has details of a joint waste collection contract, and our communications page, which has results of our countywide campaigns.

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