Glass Recycling

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Find out about our new "It's better in the bank" campaign which shows you how to recycle your glass items in Suffolk.

Recycling Bin

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Find out what can and can’t go in your recycling bin with answers to some of your frequently asked questions.

Recycling centres

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You need to book before you visit Suffolk's Recycling Centres. 

Book a slot

Waste collection

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How to recycle and dispose of waste in your kerbside bins.

Home composting

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Learn how to compost waste at home.


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Report and prevent fly-tipping.


Picture: Ted Says Please don't put any nappies in your recycling

See our nappy campaign, launched with keep Britain Tidy, aimed to stop nappies spoiling Suffolk's recycling.

Food waste

Join the collaboration to get Food Savvy

Find out how to reduce your food waste with our Food Savvy challenge.

Reduce your waste

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Great practical tips on how to reduce the amount you waste.

Hazardous waste

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Unsure how to safely get rid of hazardous items (including paint)? Find out here.

Trade waste

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Learn how to set up a trade waste collection or what you need to take waste to Suffolk Recycling Centres.

Suffolk Waste Partnership backs campaign about safe battery disposal

SWP is backing a nationwide campaign urging people to safely dispose of old batteries in a bid to avoid starting fires in refuse vehicles and waste processing facilities.

Revolutionary Pop-up Reuse Shop a hit with Suffolk Residents!

Suffolk County Council, FCC Environment and The Benjamin Foundation are working in partnership to find a solution to bring the reuse revolution to the community by hosting Suffolk’s first ever pop-up reuse shop at Darsham Village Fete last weekend.


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