Archive For March 29, 2020
Less cars on the road mean fewer emissions – and it’s having a great impact on Cambs’ air quality
Waste and recycling crews across Fenland who have gone above and beyond during the coronavirus pandemic have been inundated with well wishes for their efforts.
Well wishes and thanks have been paid to Fenland District Council’s waste and recycling crews as they go above and beyond during the coronavirus crisis.
Climate change group encourages diversity in city
Bin collections will continue as normal for residents in Waveney, despite waste and recycling centres being closed due to Coronavirus.
Recycling centres across Norfolk will soon close their doors for the final time for the forseeable future, as people are urged to stay indoors amid the coronavirus outbreak.
A Norfolk councillor has spoken out against government plans to dual the A47 and highlighted the county’s “shocking” rate of carbon emissions from transport.
Breckland Council, North Norfolk Council and King’s Lynn and West Norfolk Borough Council have shared a contract for waste and recycling with company Serco.