They will be at the market, Market Green car park, Cottingham on 9 August with the recycling trailer; at Beverley market, Saturday Market on 11 August; and at the Victorian Market Hall, Goole, on 23 August.
Tuesday, 14 August: Family Fun Day, Beverley leisure centre, recycling officers will be on hand to give talks and show how to keep waste out of landfill.
Thursday, 5, 6, 12 September: East Riding College freshers fairs at Beverley, Bridlington and Goole to explain to new students the area’s recycling system and bins.
Monday, 10 September: Bishop Burton ladies group to give a presentation on how their recyclable waste is re-used.
Monday, 17 September: Leven wives group to talk about recycling and how glass, paper and plastics, for example are re-used.
Wednesday, 19 September: Bishop Burton College fresher fair to explain to new students the area’s recycling system and bins.
Monday, 25 September: Thorngumbald friendship circle to talk about what materials can be recycled in the area and how they are re-used.
Wednesday, 3 October: Little Weighton and Willerby ladies group, a presentation on how to make the best use of the blue recycling bins and the brown bins for composting as well as the re-use of recyclable materials.
Wednesday, 7 November: Northmoor Primary School, Cottingham, to take the assembly and hold recycling activity sessions with the seven to 11-year-old pupils.
The recycling officers are also offering to give presentations to residents in blocks of flats or communal areas to help them manage their waste and make most use of shared recycling facilities.
For further information call Jonathan Crozier, recycling officer, on (01482) 395605