Residents in Leiston are invited to a free swapping event next week as part of East Suffolk Council’s drive to reduce household waste and increase reusing and recycling.
An East Suffolk resident has been fined over £200 after being found guilty of littering in Woodbridge.
East Suffolk Council will begin to collect large items again from next week after temporarily suspending the service to prioritise household waste and recycling collections.
All refuse collections in East Suffolk have now returned to normal, including garden waste collections.
Following this week’s severe weather, which led to the cancellation of all refuse collections in the district, East Suffolk Norse will resume collections on Monday 15 February.
Households in East Suffolk are being reminded to follow bin guidelines as more household waste is created during national Covid-19 restrictions.
To ensure that household waste and recycling collections are prioritised, East Suffolk Council and East Suffolk Norse have taken the decision to temporarily suspend the bulky waste collection service.
Waste and recycling vehicles in Suffolk are now displaying new artwork to help deliver the food savvy message and cut food waste across the county.