Household Waste Recycling Centres across Lincolnshire will soon be able to accept more types of waste, including cardboard, glass, and bagged waste.
Lincolnshire County Council have announced that the Household Waste Recycling Centres are to reopen on 18th May, but for garden waste and wood only to start with.
Lincolnshire County Council is preparing to re-open their household waste recycling centres across the county – but things are going to be a bit different for a while.
Lincolnshire Waste Partnership is reminding residents to keep glitter items and wrapping paper out of their recycle bins this Christmas. In a bid to keep Lincolnshire’s recycling as clean as possible, the councils in Lincolnshire are joining forces to remind residents to, as in previous years, to put their Christmas wrapping paper and anything with glitter on, in the waste bin rather than the recycling bin. Chairman of the Waste Partnership, Councillor Eddy Poll, comments: “On […]
Lincolnshire County Council are asking residents for their views on the future of Spilsby Library. Questionnaires are being sent out to all homes in the Spilsby area, asking residents how they would like to see their local library services develop. Councillor Eddy Poll, Executive Member for Cultural Services, said: “While we’ve no plans to close any of our libraries, the service will have to evolve, if it’s to remain affordable. In Spilsby, we’re considering relocating […]
A project aiming to transform Lincolnshire broadband not-spots into hot-spots has netted a multi-million pound grant. Lincolnshire County Council has today received £14,310,000 in Government funding to help improve broadband services in the county. The money was granted as part of a national drive to ensure that 90 per cent of homes and businesses have access to superfast broadband by 2015. Councillor Eddy Poll, Executive Member for Economic Development, said: “This money will help kick-start […]