Archive For December 30, 2022
The items will no longer be accepted at Cambridgeshire County Council-owned household waste and recycling centres.
Residents told items such as sofas and armchairs cannot be taken to Household Waste Recycling Centres in Cambridgeshire from 1 January
Reference: Date: Fri, 12/30/2022 With effect from 1 January items such as upholstered sofas, upholstered chairs, cushions and beanbags will no longer be accepted at Cambridgeshire County Council-owned household waste and recycling centres, such as the one at Witchford. This is due to enforcement action now being taken by the Environment Agency from 1 January.
Household Recycling Centres will no longer be able to accept waste upholstered domestic seating
A post-mortem examination carried out earlier this month returned inconclusive results about how the baby found at the centre died
Locations of where baby boy found at recycling centre in Waterbeach may have come from revealed by police
The newborn has been named Gabriel by medical staff as he was discovered at the centre in Ely Road just before the start of advent on November 29.
Forse group members gather for litter picking Monday, December 19, 2022 Forse group PhD student Chloe Balhatchet has launched a glove recycling scheme which will help decrease the department’s carbon footprint. The distinctive purple bins Chloe overcame numerous obstacles to introduce the successful scheme to recycle Nitrile gloves, which are used in many of the…
"We have to do something about congestion, pollution, and climate change"
In a discussion of a proposal to stop the University from accepting fossil fuel funding, academics disagreed over the effect it would have on academic freedoms and the impact it would have on the climate crisis
The fifth 2022-3 session of the monthly seminar run by the Cambridge Forum for Legal & Political Philosophy will take place at 3:00pm on Thursday, February 16th, through Zoom . The session will be chaired by Agnes Lindberg, who is a PhD student in the Law Faculty. As the reading for the session, she has…
Siemens Digital Industries Software to switch to Brooklands, Cambridge’s first net zero carbon office development
It will take 40 per cent of the new business campus.