More booking slots released following the successful re-opening of Suffolk’s Recycling Centre
Following the successful re-opening of Suffolk’s Recycling Centres, 2,068 additional appointments are now available each week to enable more people to recycle their waste.
Exciting #FoodSavvy updates
Why not get involved in our "Delicious Drawing" competition (for primary school aged children) or follow our new account "Food Savvy Suffolk" on Twitter and Facebook!
Public to access Suffolk’s Recycling Centres from Thursday by appointment only
A new online booking system will be in place when Suffolk’s Recycling Centres re-open on Thursday May 14. (Can book from Tuesday 12th May at 3pm)
Food Savvy Lockdown Kitchen
Don’t miss our #FoodSavvy Facebook Live sessions with top UK chefs, every Wednesday evening, hosted by our Food Savvy partner Hubbub.
All Suffolk Recycling Centres are closed
Suffolk Recycling Centres remain closed whilst the country is in lockdown to stop the spread of Covid-19.
Top Tips for Dealing with Garden Waste
With most people spending a lot more time at home & in their gardens as the country during this current Covid-19 virus pandemic there's no better time to start home composting.
Coronavirus waste disposal advice
Find out the latest government advice about how householders need to deal with their waste either in self-isolation circumstances or in confirmed Coronavirius (COVID-19) cases
New Refill Directory launched
The Suffolk Waste Partnership has launched a handy online directory which lists the shops, businesses or charities that host refill points for items such as cleaning products, toiletries and dried foods, such as rice or oats and even loose-leaf tea and chocolate.
#SCRAPflytipping campaign launch
Our #SCRAPflytipping campaign is live across Suffolk and in other Counties across the UK.
New and improved recycling centre to open this month
A new and improved recycling centre will open in Bury St Edmunds on 16 January. The flagship site in Fornham Road will replace the current recycling centre at Rougham Hill, Bury St Edmunds, which will close its doors permanently.
1000 Endangered Animals
Suffolk schools and groups were invited to make 1000 endangered animals from recycled materials which will be displayed in the Apex & Ipswich Town Hall.
Let's fight food waste together Suffolk!
Residents and communities across Suffolk are being urged to get involved in Food Savvy, a pioneering two-year campaign that is tackling food waste in the region.
Eat your pumpkin!
Every year over a quarter of all Halloween pumpkins in the UK end up being thrown away - that’s 18,000 tonnes of food waste. Find out how you can avoid this and check out loads of yummy recipes!
New and improved recycling centre to open soon
A new and improved recycling centre will open in Bury St Edmunds soon. The flagship site in Fornham Road will replace the current recycling centre at Rougham Hill, Bury St Edmunds, which will close its doors permanently.
It's Recycle Week!
Recycle Now’s campaign is bigger than ever this year, and is packed full of awesome resources for you and your friends. Head over to Recycle Now’s website to find out all about it!
Suffolk Recycling Centres set for success as new contract rolls out this May
Yesterday (16 May 2019) Suffolk County Council and FCC Environment, began a new 8-year contract for the operation of 11 Recycling Centres in Suffolk.
Wonderful waste-free woodlands! Suffolk Show
Wonderful waste-free woodlands, see our gallery of fantastic art work from schools & gallery from the Suffolk Show itself
Community Fridge to bring residents together
A fresh initiative that aims to reduce food waste - a first of its kind in Suffolk - is set to launch in the heart of the Lowestoft community.
SCC awards recycling centre contract to FCC Environment
Suffolk County Council has today announced that FCC Environment has been awarded the new contract for the 11 Recycling Centres. The contract covers the period May 2019 to September 2027.
Winter E-Zine 2018
Includes lots of Christmas reducing, recycling and composting tips!
Please Empty Me - smarter system for litter bin emptying
The second phase of the Suffolk Waste Partnership campaign to combat roadside litter is underway with the installation of remote devices to monitor bin fill levels.