VIEWS are being sought on proposed changes to the East Sussex, South Downs and Brighton & Hove Waste and Minerals Local Plan.
The changes follow a review aimed at making sure planning policies for waste and minerals in the county remain up-to-date and in line with national policy. Waste and mineral plans must be reviewed by law every five years. Continue reading
THOUSANDS of visitors have had to be turned away from the county’s busy waste sites since they reopened on May 18, leading to calls for residents to consider if their visit is necessary.
Following a change in Government guidance, East Sussex County Council reopened its 10 Household Waste Recycling Sites, but urged people to only visit if they had potentially dangerous waste that couldn’t be stored or be disposed of in their kerbside collection. Continue reading
THE county’s waste sites will begin reopening to the public from 10am on Monday, May 18 2020, following new guidance issued by central Government.
East Sussex’s 10 Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRS) closed in late March amid the Covid-19 outbreak, to ensure the safety of staff and residents. Continue reading
GREEN residents in East Sussex fuelled a record-breaking post-Christmas recycling blitz, new figures reveal.
East Sussex County Council data shows a whopping 4,695 tonnes of recycling – the weight of 783 African elephants – was processed from kerbside collections last month, beating the previous best set last year by 111 tonnes. Continue reading