Lincolnshire’s Household Waste Recycling Centres are set to accept recycling, garden waste and general waste on any opening day from 8 March, but the booking system will remain.
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 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 has started to take delivery of its new refuse and recycling fleet. The first vehicles arrived at the Council’s depot on Louth Industrial Estate this week. In January, the Council agreed to spend £2.6m of capital money to purchase a fleet of 16 new refuse and recycling vehicles to replace the old fleet that is coming to the end of its lease agreement. The vehicles have been procured by the District […]
Local residents are being reminded that, despite the current rainfall, the hosepipe ban is due to start on 5th April. The ban will be effective for all domestic customers across the Anglian Water area. The step is being taken to combat the effects of an increasingly severe drought, following the driest 18 month period in more than a century. This is the first time Anglian Water has imposed a hosepipe ban in more than 20 years, […]