This festive season we're asking people across east Suffolk to help keep our beaches clean by making sure all their leftover cooking fats and oils are put in the bin rather than poured down the sink.
Suffolk Coastal District Council is to introduce a charge for collecting garden waste from homes during next financial year (2018/19).
Christmas bin hangers are being given to all households in Suffolk Coastal, giving residents details on changes to bin collections during Christmas and New Year, together with a calendar on bin collection dates for 2018.
Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils are reminding householders that they have a legal responsibility, or duty of care, to prevent their waste from being fly-tipped after a Saxmundham man has this week plead guilty to a waste offence.
They’re cleaning up on Felixstowe beach – thanks to a handy new piece of kit.
The Suffolk Waste Partnership has launched a campaign in two Suffolk towns to tackle the cost of people placing the wrong items in their recycling bins.
If you’ve been busy spring cleaning, why not donate items that you no longer need at Suffolk Coastal’s free Give and Take Day on Wednesday 19 April – or simply come along and take something away for free!
It is now even easier for residents in and around Woodbridge and Saxmundham to recycle their electronic waste.
With spring on its way, the Suffolk Waste Partnership is again keen to support local community efforts to clean up towns, villages and countryside by getting involved in a litter pick.