Suffolk Recycling is now on Facebook & Twitter!

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Suffolk Recycling is now on Facebook & Twitter!

Making Food Waste History

Go back in time with our Making Food Waste History campaign & potentially save yourself £700 a year...

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Making Food Waste History

You Are Recycling Even More!

Find out what you can recycle in your kerbside recycling bin and see how much you are doing already!

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You Are Recycling Even More!

Helping Suffolk to Recycle

Welcome to the Suffolk Recycling pages of the Green Suffolk website - the one-stop shop for everything to do with Waste & Recycling in Suffolk!

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News

  • You Can Leave Your Cap On

    The Suffolk Waste Partnership has launched a campaign to encourage residents to recycle the aluminium screw tops from glass bottles such as wine, spirits and cooking ingredients, along with the glass bottles on which they came. 

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  • Crack On Foundation brings unwanted electrical goods back to life

    Thetford based social enterprise, Crack On Foundation, has partnered with Suffolk County Council and leading waste and resource management company FCC Environment, to rescue discarded electrical items and bring them back to life.

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  • Suffolk Recycling at Latitude 2015

    The Suffolk Waste Partnership was proud to be part of the celebrations for the 10th anniversary at Latitude this year. Around 500 children plus their parents, carers and friends visited the Suffolk Recycling stand over the weekend to make badges, bangles, poi, headbands, flippy fish and Mexican mirrors all using recycled and reused materials. We even got a visit from choirmaster Gareth Malone who told us he loves recycling! So do we!

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