Getting Your Recycling Right!

This simple guide shows you what you can and can't put in your recycling bin at home...

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Getting Your Recycling Right!

Reduce & Reuse

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

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Reduce & Reuse

Home Composting

Find out how to get started with composting at home & getting a home composting bin from as little as £8.99...

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Home Composting

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  or email to subscribe to waste & recycling updates A - Z of Recycling

News

  • Easier ways to scrap your car than abandoning it

    Owners of end-of-life vehicles in Suffolk are being urged not to risk acquiring a criminal record and landing costly fines, by disposing of old cars responsibly rather than simply dumping them.

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  • 1000 Beautiful Birds of Peace now on display!

    The response to this year’s Christmas recycling project has been amazing with 31 schools, 1 library, 1 brownie and 1 guide group taking part, sending in more than 1700 birds! We really exceeded the 1000 target this year and would like to send a huge thank you to all who took part and help make it such a success. We couldn’t do it without you!

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  • Saxmundham man lands criminal record for waste offence

    Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District Councils are reminding householders that they have a legal responsibility, or duty of care, to prevent their waste from being fly-tipped after a Saxmundham man has this week plead guilty to a waste offence.

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  • Glass Recycling Survey

    We are currently conducting a glass recycling survey in parts of Ipswich and Brandon.

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  • Save Our Spuds!

    With 5.8 million potatoes being binned every day in the UK join Love Food Hate Waste to find out how to Save Our Spuds! 

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