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Residents can take action over plastic waste

14 August 2018

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Waveney residents are invited to find out more about reducing plastic waste at two community awareness events taking place next month.

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Garden Waste Scheme Goes Hi Tech

10 August 2018

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Suffolk Coastal’s successful Garden Waste Scheme will shortly go hi tech.

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'Smart' litter bin trial starts in Suffolk

29 May 2018

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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.

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Free compost available

2 May 2018

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Free compost, advice and discounted compost bins are all available as part of International Compost Awareness Week.

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Volunteers needed to help Suffolk get composting

29 March 2018

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Suffolk Master Composters are inviting green minded enthusiasts to join their ranks and master the art of composting this spring.

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Normal bin collections resume in east Suffolk

12 March 2018

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Bin collections across east Suffolk are now back to normal - thank you for your patience!

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Sign up for garden waste collection – now!

9 March 2018

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Suffolk Coastal residents can now sign up to the new Garden Waste Collection Scheme.

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Waste and recycling collections – catching up

2 March 2018

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The adverse weather conditions across the east have had a huge impact on our refuse collection service. We have put the safety of the public and our crews first and we are very grateful for your patience and understanding. We will now begin the process of catching up, as well as undertaking a full, scheduled collection service from Monday 5th March.

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Residents reminded that rubbish is their responsibility

27 February 2018

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Householders in east Suffolk are being reminded of their legal responsibilities to ensure their waste does not become fly-tipped, following the successful prosecution of a Suffolk resident.

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