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Changes to recycling centres in Norwich

Published on Thursday, 9th September 2021

Norfolk County Council is closing Norwich (Mile Cross) Recycling Centre permanently from the end of the day on Thursday, 9 September.

  • May bank holiday bin collections

    Published: Monday, 24th May 2021

    Bin collections in Norwich will be a day later than normal over the May bank holiday week commencing Monday 31 May 2021.

  • New roles announced to oversee key city services

    Published: Wednesday, 4th November 2020

    The city council is set to welcome three new faces following the successful appointment of three key roles to lead the workforce dedicated to delivering many vital city services for residents.

  • New campaign tackles Norwich food waste

    Published: Monday, 14th May 2018

    Norwich City Council has launched a campaign to encourage more of its residents to recycle their food waste

  • Catton Grove wins gold stars for recycling 

    Published: Wednesday, 9th May 2018

    Pupils and families have earned £2,000 for their school, Catton Grove Primary, for being fantastic recyclers

  • Star treatment for Catton Grove

    Published: Friday, 10th November 2017

    A new recycling initiative was launched yesterday (9 November) at Catton Grove Primary School.

  • Lyla Donovan and Loris Yallop with their winning artwork

    Children get creative to curb food waste

    Published: Friday, 10th February 2017

    Artwork drawn by two eight year-old students from Mile Cross Primary School is now on the side of Norwich City Council’s new food waste vehicles, after they won a competition

  • Put the kettle on… your doorstep

    Published: Thursday, 1st December 2016

    From Monday 5 December, Norwich City Council will be starting a weekly kerbside recycling collection service for unwanted small electrical items, batteries and textiles.

  • Replacement charge for wheelie bins

    Published: Monday, 4th July 2016

    A new policy to charge a fee for replacing household wheelie bins is set to save Norwich City Council tens of thousands of pounds.

  • Pupils from West Earlham infant school cleaning up.

    Norwich cleans for the Queen

    Published: Thursday, 10th March 2016

    Community litter picks, tidy-ups and rubbish collections took place across Norwich over the last week as part of the national Clean for the Queen initiative.

  • Slim your bin challenge

    Published: Thursday, 28th January 2016

    A novel slimming club which aims to help you slim your bin rather than your waistline is inviting Norwich households to join a special challenge this February.

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