Reduce & Reuse

Get creative with reducing & reusing your waste, find tips to get you started here!

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Reduce & Reuse

Foxhall Recycling Centre wins National award

Foxhall won the 'Civic Amenity Site of the Year' at the 2017 Excellence in Recycling and Waste Management Awards

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Foxhall Recycling Centre wins National award

Home Compost Bin Offers

There's never been a better time to give composting a go! Suffolk Waste Partnership have launched a great new scheme which gives residents the chance to buy home composting bins for under £9 each!

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Home Compost Bin Offers

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

  • Abandoned vehicles lead to prosecutions in West Suffolk

    The owners of three abandoned vehicles have been ordered to pay a total of £4700 following successful prosecutions by St Edmundsbury Borough Council.

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  • Free Give & Take Day in Lowestoft

    A free ‘give and take’ day is taking place in Lowestoft on Monday 24 July. The event gives local residents the opportunity to donate unwanted items or collect something new for free.

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  • Latitude

    This year we spoke to over 1,000 children and parents, carers and friends at Latitude.  Our Suffolk Recycling stand was a hive of activity with children (and parents!) making flappy fish, plastic bottle Jellyfish, milk bottle seagulls, poi, upcycled signs, flags and CD creatures all using recycled and reused materials. We love reusing and recycling!

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  • Discarded cigarette end costs Ipswich woman £200

    The woman was seen throwing litter from her car by an officer of Suffolk Coastal and Waveney, whilst driving along Fore Street in Ipswich last November. The officer reported the incident to colleagues at Ipswich Borough Council who sent a Fixed Penalty Notice, however it went unpaid despite two reminder letters, so IBC took the driver to court this June. She was found guilty and ordered to pay a total of £200.

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  • Pregnant Cat Rescued at Recycling Centre!

    This week we had a report from a customer whose pregnant cat had jumped into a van when she was having her garden cleared.  The cat was then sighted jumping out at Mildenhall Recycling Centre.  The customer went and spoke to staff and asked them to keep an eye out for a small, fluffy black and white cat with a purple collar.

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