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Nottingham residents thanked for recycling efforts during pandemic

Nottingham residents thanked for recycling efforts during pandemic

Nottingham City Council says that national Recycle Week 2020 is another chance to work towards its ambitious carbon-neutral targets. Recycle Week runs from Monday (21 September) and aims to encourage more people to recycle and re-use the products they buy. The City Council has also thanked residents for continuing to recycle during lockdown and reiterated […]

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Nottingham’s 2028 Carbon Neutral Action Plan is blueprint for a green recovery

Nottingham’s 2028 Carbon Neutral Action Plan is blueprint for a green recovery

Almost 1,000 responses from residents, businesses and organisations across Nottingham have helped to shape how the city aims to become carbon neutral by 2028. A two-month consultation earlier this year has been used to inform and change the City Council’s 2028 Carbon Neutral Action Plan. And it’s hoped the Plan will help Nottingham to make […]

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‘If you can store waste safely at home – please do so’

‘If you can store waste safely at home – please do so’

Nottingham City Council is urging residents to continue storing waste at home safely if they can, ahead of the restart of some key waste services next week. The council’s Household Waste and Recycling Centre (HWRC) at Redfield Road, Lenton, is to re-open and its Bulky Waste service restart on Monday 18 May, while Garden Waste […]

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Plans for City Council Waste Services to resume

Plans for City Council Waste Services to resume

Nottingham City Council is making plans to resume key household waste services from next week to help households manage their waste during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Council’s Household Waste and Recycling Centre is to re-open and its Bulky Waste service restart on Monday 18 May while Garden Waste Collection service will begin again from Tuesday […]

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New decade, new green plan for Nottingham

New decade, new green plan for Nottingham

The start of a new decade sees Nottingham City Council declaring a climate emergency and urging others to help it meet its ambitious target to be carbon neutral by 2028. The council has long led the way on environmental innovation; from galvanising councils around the Nottingham Declaration on Climate Change twenty years ago to investing […]

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Nottingham aims to be first carbon neutral city in the UK

Nottingham aims to be first carbon neutral city in the UK

Nottingham could become the first carbon neutral city in the UK after the City Council set itself an ambitious target to achieve this by 2028. The city has already met its Energy Strategy target early – a 26% reduction of carbon dioxide emissions by 2020 – and reduced emissions by 39% since 2005. Nottingham is […]

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Businesses in Nottingham sign up to Refill campaign

Businesses in Nottingham sign up to Refill campaign

Businesses across Nottingham have signed up to an initiative which allows people to easily find places to fill-up reusable water bottles for free. Over 60 local businesses, including restaurants, cafes and coffee shops, signed up to the Refill Scheme last week which is being rolled out across Nottingham by water company Severn Trent, Nottingham City […]

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