Waste & COVID-19

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Find out all the up to date information about  waste service changes due to the Coronavirus in Suffolk

Waste collection

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How to recycle and dispose of waste in your kerbside bins and have hazardous, bulky and trade waste collected.

Recycling centres

Foxhall Recycling Centre with social distancing signage e.g. marked out parking bays

See a map of recycling centres, opening times and find out what you can and can't bring. (You will only be able to take waste to the recycling centres if you have booked a designated time slot)


Fly-tipped rubbish on the ground outside

Report and prevent fly-tipping.

Home composting

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Learn how to compost waste at home.

Get involved

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Take part in a litter pick, become a Master Composter, or find other events.

Learning zone

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Find classroom resources for children and teachers or explore where your waste goes (& visit)!

Food waste

Join the collaboration to get Food Savvy

Find out how to reduce your food waste with our Food Savvy challenge.

Reduce your waste

Outside of the Foxhall Re-use Shop

Great practical tips on how to reduce the amount you waste.

Hazardous waste

Collection of messy paint cans

Unsure how to safely get rid of hazardous items (including paint)? Find out here.

Trade waste

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Learn how to set up a trade waste collection or what you need to take waste to Suffolk Recycling Centres.

Don’t let your pumpkin go to waste this Hallowe’en

Recycle Week starts today! Together – We Recycle.

The theme for Recycle Now’s 17th annual Recycle Week is to thank the people of Suffolk for continuing to recycle despite all that has happened this year, and two iconic locations in the county will be lighting up green to support the celebrations.


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Read the Autumn 2020 edition.