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  • Bath students set to boost British Heart Foundation donations

    Bath students who are moving out of their homes for the summer are being encouraged to drop off their good quality, unwanted items at British Heart Foundation collection banks across the city.

    Communities and volunteering, Schools, Colleges and Learning, Waste and Recycling , Delivering for local residents, Focusing on prevention

  • Clean and Green campaign launches with expanded graffiti removal service

    A 12-month project to help clean up neighbourhoods using a one-off £950,000 investment has been launched across Bath and North East Somerset.

    delivering for residents, CleanAndGreen, Waste and Recycling

  • Recycling Centre stars in new series of Money for Nothing

    The TV programme saves items from being thrown away and gives them a new lease of life

    Waste and Recycling

  • Next phase of construction works on Keynsham Recycling Hub

    People are being advised of road works and traffic diversions in Keynsham as the next phase of work gets under way on the construction of a state-of-the art waste and recycling centre.

    Waste and Recycling , Delivering for local residents, roadworks, Keynsham Recycling Hub

  • Construction begins on the Keynsham Recycling Hub

    Work on an environmentally friendly £39.1million recycling hub in Keynsham is under way with contractors now on site.

    Keynsham Recycling Hub, delivering for residents, Waste and Recycling

  • Council thanks 170 volunteers at Great Avon River Pick

    More than 120 bags of litter have been collected from the banks of the River Avon in B&NES by volunteers and local organisations as part of this year’s Great British Spring Clean.

    Environment, Tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Waste and Recycling , Delivering for local residents

  • Improve the environment on your doorstep in the Great British Spring Clean

    Communities across Bath and North East Somerset are encouraged to join the #BigBagChallenge and pledge to pick up as much litter as possible during this year’s Great British Spring Clean.

    Environment, Waste and Recycling , Delivering for local residents, Tackling the climate and ecological emergency

  • £950k extra investment for cleaner and greener streets

    More street cleaning, free graffiti removal for domestic properties and a new ‘Clean and Green’ team are among plans for an extra £950k spend on neighbourhood services.

    Waste and Recycling , Delivering for local residents, Tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Focusing on prevention

  • Red and Amber Weather Warning

    With the Met Office Red and Amber Weather Warnings and Storm Eunice expected to bring extremely strong winds & continued disruption across the South West, schools in B&NES have been advised to close

    Streets and Highway Maintenance, parks, Schools, Colleges and Learning, Waste and Recycling , Parking and Travel

  • Council noted for increased recycling performance in new national figures

    New annual statistics for household waste and recycling released yesterday show that Bath & North East Somerset Council is coming in 4th out of 92 unitary local authorities in England.

    Waste and Recycling , Tackling the climate and ecological emergency, Delivering for local residents