Residents and businesses in Felixstowe, Lowestoft and Woodbridge are being encouraged to dispose of their waste correctly and reduce the pollution caused by litter entering the drainage system.
East Suffolk Council has voted unanimously to step up its positive work on environmental issues to help fight climate change.
27 of Suffolk’s most environmentally passionate individuals, businesses and schools have been shortlisted for the county’s ‘Green Oscars’, including several from East Suffolk!
To coincide with National Refill Day on 19 June, East Suffolk residents and visitors are being encouraged to stay hydrated whilst saving money and avoiding unnecessary plastic waste by using a refillable water bottle.
Volunteers are being asked to step forward to help their local community take a smart approach to plastic waste by joining a new network of Plastic Action Champions.
East Suffolk residents are being encouraged to take simple steps to protect their health, and the health of their families, from air pollution.
East Suffolk residents, businesses and organisations are invited to join an open forum on sustainable travel next month.
20 June is Clean Air Day! To help raise awareness of the importance of improved air quality and the small steps we can all take to reduce air pollution, we are inviting schools from across East Suffolk to get involved.
A local anti-pollution project has been praised for its efforts to remind people not to drop waste in drains.