Manchester City Council is asking residents what it can do to improve recycling across the city.
The council is launching a huge consultation to get ideas about how the service can be made better - and anyone who calls a special freephone number stands a chance of winning £500.
Council leader Sir Richard Leese will be at Longley Lane waste disposal site in Northenden at 11.15am on Monday, February 25 to launch the consultation.
Around 90 per cent of Mancunians have told the council they're keen to recycle, and the city has seen massive increases over the last few years.
For example, over the last few years, more than 6,000 Mancunians have bought home composting units from the council, and there has also been a 40 per cent increase in the number of Yellow Pages which have been recycled.
But more could be done to make it easier for people in the city to recycle their household waste, and the city council now wants to hear residents' views on how this could be done.
Cllr Leese said: "We know Manchester residents want to recycle more and we want to know how we can help them do it. We want your views about how we can do more.
"At the end of this consultation, the city council will act on what the residents tell us, so it's really important we get views from them on what we can do."
A freephone number has been launched to get residents' views on 0800 995 1911. Anyone who calls the number with their thoughts will be put into a draw and stands a chance of winning £500.
Residents who want to pass on their views on improving recycling services can also log onto the council's website - manchester.gov.uk - and follow the link.
Conrad Astley, tel: 0161 234 4045