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New campaign tackles Norwich food waste

Published on 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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