Make Food Waste History Questionnaire

Let us know what you think about our Make Food Waste History campiagn by filling in our 5 minute questionnaire and have a chance to win £50 worth of highstreet vouchers...

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Make Food Waste History Questionnaire

Twitter

Suffolk Recycling is now on Twitter! Follow us for more tips on how to reduce, reuse & recycle your waste...

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Twitter

Be safe on our Sites this autumn!

Find more tips for staying safe at our Household Waste Recycling Centres here...

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Be safe on our Sites this autumn!

Home Composting

Fancy home composting? For all you need to know & information on subsidised composting systems click 'Read More'...

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Home Composting

Plastics - Know Your Place!

Confused about which plastics you can recycle in Suffolk? Watch our quirky 1950s style video to find out...

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Plastics - Know Your Place!

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!

Household Waste Recycling Centres & Twitter Read the latest E-zine here & subscribe to waste & recycling updates  A - Z of Recycling                                       

News

  • Zero Waste Week 2014

    Zero Waste Week is here again- giving you another opportunity to reduce waste & save money. In its seventh year, the week runs 1st - 7th September. This year’s theme is "One More Thing" - what one more thing could YOU do?

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  • Waste offenders brought to justice in West Suffolk

    The cases, brought by Forest Heath District Council and St Edmundsbury Borough Council, were heard at Bury St Edmunds Magistrates Court on 7th August. Two of the cases resulted from waste being given to third parties before subsequently being found fly tipped.

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  • Engineering Works at Foxhall Household Waste Recycling Centre

    Essential major engineering works are to be undertaken at Foxhall Household Waste Recycling Centre to solve the flooding issues experienced during periods of heavy rain. These works will make sure that in the future the recycling centre will be easier to use and all containers will be more accessible for our customers at all times.

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  • Suffolk: Let’s make food waste history

    A new campaign encouraging people to reduce the amount of food they throw away has been launched today by the Suffolk Waste Partnership.

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