Suffolk's Year of Cycling 2015-216
Suffolk’s Year of Cycling supports a variety of aims, including promoting a transfer to cycling for short distance trips, supporting Suffolk’s ‘Creating the Greenest County’ ambitions.Read more »
Time to enjoy lower bills!
Save £££s on your utility bills by insulating and updating your home this winter.Read more »
Who were our winners?
149 of you entered the Awards 2015. Read here to find out who our winners were...Read more »
Find out how you can plan and make choices about travelling around Suffolk and further afield.Read more »
23 November 2015On Friday 20th November it was Children’s Takeover Day and eight students from Chantry Academy took over the role of a Suffolk County Council Waste and Recycling Officer.
2 November 2015The Suffolk Waste Partnership is encouraging more residents to join in local efforts to clean up towns, villages and countryside to help make Suffolk the Greenest County by getting involved in a litter pick during 2015.
20 October 2015The Suffolk Waste Partnership is encouraging more residents to help make Suffolk the greenest county, by joining in with a community clean-up to help improve our cherished green spaces and neighbourhoods.
19 October 2015The Suffolk energy-from-waste facility has won the Civil Engineering Project of the Year award at this year’s British Construction Industry Awards. Judges described the project as providing ‘an elegant solution’ to waste management.
11 October 2015From the 5th October, businesses in England who employ more than 250 staff are legally required to charge a minimum of 5p per single-use carrier bag. This change brings England in line with neighbouring Wales and Scotland, who are currently running similar carrier bag charges. However, unlike in other regions of Britain, only larger businesses will need to comply with the plastic bag charge in England.