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Welcome to the latest edition of Waste and Recycling News from Nottingham City Council. Our e-newsletter will provide you with currentinformation on our services, plustips and advice on how you canhelp keep Nottingham clean.


Horse Power Reduces Student Waste!

Horse Power

An old fashioned horse and dray took tothe streets of Nottingham to help students clean out their homes and reduce landfill waste!

The unusual initiative is part ofthe annualwaste, recycling and charity collection drive,run by The University of Nottingham and Nottingham City Council.

As well as offering guidance on charity donation bins, drop off points for food parcels and bin collection dates, a horse and dray combed the streets of Lenton to collect reuseable items straight from the doorsteps of the houses being vacated.

Tonnes of waste was removed and the horse and dray was a fantastic engagement tool to remind students of their social responsibilities before they leave the city.


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Important changes to Nottinghamshire County Council Recycling Centres

Nottinghamshire County Council is introducing a scheme to ensure that their recycling centres are only used by people that live in Nottinghamshire.

If you are a Nottingham City residentwho uses one of the Recycling Centres ran by Nottinghamshire County Council you are no longer be allowed to.

There are a number of options that Nottingham City Council provides its residents to help them dispose of items of waste:

- Nottingham City Council'sown household waste recycle centre in Lenton, which is at the following address: Lenton Household Waste and Recycling Centre, Redfield Road, Lenton Industrial Estate, (near the Showcase Cinema), NG7 2UJ. Please visit www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/redfieldroad for more information.

- A by appointment FREE Bulky Waste Collection Service which takes larger items of household waste such as furniture or white goods like fridges. Residents can arrange this by calling 0115 9152000 or using the online form www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/bulkywaste. Please remember to use this service you must be on the electoral register.

- There are also a number of charities that take furniture and second hand appliances in good condition, visit http://www.nottinghamcity.gov.uk/bulkywaste.

For more information about the changes Nottinghamshire County Council are implementing, please visit http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/waste-and-recycling/recycling-centres/using-our-recycling-centres/register


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