As part of International Compost Awareness Week (Sunday 5 May to Sunday 12 May), the Suffolk Waste Partnership is supporting several initiatives aiming to help residents get composting.
Suffolk Master Composters are inviting green minded enthusiasts to join their ranks and master the art of composting this spring.
To coincide with the start of spring, Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils have once again launched their community litter pick scheme which rewards residents for cleaning up their communities.
A fresh initiative that aims to reduce food waste - a first of its kind in Suffolk - is set to launch in the heart of the Lowestoft community.
East Suffolk residents are encouraged to check their bin collection day ahead of the festivities next week.
Every year over a quarter of all Halloween pumpkins end up being thrown away and in a bid to reduce food waste, Suffolk residents are being encouraged to learn more about ways to turn their pumpkin leftovers into tasty treats.
Waveney residents are invited to find out more about reducing plastic waste at two community awareness events taking place next month.
Suffolk Coastal’s successful Garden Waste Scheme will shortly go hi tech.
Fifteen 'smart' litter bins are to be installed in trial locations across Suffolk in an effort to reduce littering on the county’s trunk roads.
Free compost, advice and discounted compost bins are all available as part of International Compost Awareness Week.