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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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  • Making waves to Reduce Plastic at the Suffolk Show

    The Recycle for Suffolk stand looked absolutely amazing at this year’s Suffolk show, thanks to the 46 giant pieces of artwork made from by Suffolk school and groups. All to promote the reduction of single use plastics and highlight the problem of plastics in the environment, a subject close to all our hearts.

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  • Suffolk Waste Partnership trial litter campaign starts

    Fifteen smart litter bins are about to be installed in trial locations across Suffolk in an effort to reduce littering on the county’s trunk roads.

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  • Making waves at the Suffolk Show!

    The Recycle for Suffolk stand will return to the Suffolk Show on the 30th and 31st May at Trinity Park. This year's theme is all about making waves to reduce, reuse and recycle plastic! Don't forget to visit us on stand *BLUE 191.*

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  • Compost Awareness Week 2018

    Free compost, free advice and cheap bins to help green fingered residents. As part of International Compost Awareness Week (Saturday 5 May to Sunday 13 May), Suffolk Waste Partnership is supporting several initiatives aiming to help residents get composting.

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  • Your old banger is YOUR responsibility

    Suffolk residents are reminded once again that their end-of-life vehicles are their own responsibility! The reminder comes after a woman has acquired a criminal record and been made to pay a total of £1084 after Suffolk Coastal took her to court for abandoning her car in a private car park.

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