“A great day was had by all” was the conclusion by well known gardening expert Nigel Colborn as the Lincolnshire Energy from Waste facility opened its doors to the public for a free day of fun and learning recently.
Clean Conscience’s tagline is #makingadifference which they certainly do.
Having walked through the rainy streets of Stafford to get to the train station I made sure that my umbrella was packed for the trip up to Scotland. However, I couldn’t have been more wrong about the weather.
Hubbub’s public polling found a staggering 86% of people think littering is a disgusting habit. Meanwhile local authorities are trying to make ever dwindling amounts of money go further in cleaning up UK streets.
Waste crews in South Staffordshire are appealing to drivers to drive safely around bin lorries, after a series of incidents involving motorists driving dangerously. Since October 2013 when all collection lorries in South Staffordshire were fitted with 360o video cameras, an average of
I was fortunate enough to attend the recent Warwickshire Partnership Annual Waste Conference. The event has been going for a number of years now and I think is a great way for a county partnership to celebrate their successes, reflect on where they might go next and hear from the outside world.
This year’s CIWM Cymru Resource Conference was a chance to get to grips with how devolved waste policy is operating here (LARAC is based in Wales) and catch up with loads of colleagues from my Powys County Council days.
LARAC have teamed up with WAMITAB and CIWM to deliver a comprehensive programme of waste and resource management skills, qualifications assessment and training.
Filled with chocolate and lots of relaxation I hope.
Over the bank holiday weekend, like most Easters, I found myself reflecting on the amount of packaging I have to put in the recycling bin from the chocolate that the Easter Bunny has left me.
North Hertfordshire District Council , working in association with VIP Bin Cleaning, have completed another round of cleaning to the communal brown recycled food waste bins used by residents at flats.