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 […]
East Lindsey District Council is to consider the introduction of an all year round paid for Green Waste service. On July 17, all Councillors will have the opportunity to discuss the scheme being proposed by the Executive Board, which is that an all year round fortnightly Green Waste collection service is introduced in March 2014 at a cost of £25 a year – £1 per collection. The response to a recent consultation exercise with residents […]
Householders are reminded to be aware of what they can, and can’t, put into their grey recycling bin to avoid them being refused on collection days. Since 2006 East Lindsey District Council has asked householders to separate recyclable items from their domestic waste, leading to the council emptying 66,280 grey recycling bins every fortnight amounting to 12,000 tonnes of recyclables each year – about 55 per cent of all waste collected. Although the scheme has […]