From the hectic streets of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival to the tranquil footpaths of the Forest of Dean, Hubbub have been travelling across the country in 2016 to test out new and innovative ways to curb litter.
VIP joined LARAC as a Partner in January this year; this is their latest news.
The most recent addition to the VIP Bin Cleaning network is Richard Lain, who is the new franchisee for Ipswich and surrounding areas.
My recent article, entitled ‘Together, we are stronger’, which featured in last month’s issue of LARAC OnLine, was met with positive feedback.
There has been a lot written and said since 24th June 2016 most of which can be boiled down to ‘we just don’t know yet’.
Recycle Week is a key week for all local authorities to have an additional push on recycling! This year Recycle Week will run from 12-18 September. The theme is ‘The Unusual Suspects.’
“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