A fly-tipper from Hull has been ordered to pay more than £400 after he dumped a large box of Christmas wrapping paper in Paull.
Mike Morley, 32, of Romford Grove, Hull, disposed of the full box in a ditch in Hedon Road in the village, south of Hull, after agreeing to take the work friend’s waste to a household waste recycling site.
A new bike hire hub ready to loan out more than 60 refurbished bikes to University of Hull students has opened on campus.
The eye-catching fleet has been branded in bright purple by Hull-based vehicle livery and decal firm Brandfixx, who spent just a day-and-a-half kitting out the bikes to make sure they look the part while being ridden around the city, as well as ensuring they are easy to spot during the dark winter nights.
From 1 October 2021, all cars entering an East Riding Household Waste Recycling Site (HWRS) will need to display a resident’s pass – proving residence in the East Riding – to gain entry to the site.
Every household in the East Riding will receive their household’s pass in the post by 16 August 2021 advising of changes to waste collection dates. The passes are provided free of charge, and can be used for any of the ten East Riding HWRS.
Residents in the East Riding are being reminded that Household Waste Recycling Sites remain open, but to consider whether their visit is essential.
Many sites across the East Riding have seen an increase in residents using the centres over the most recent lockdown which has led to long waits to use the sites, and queues developing on the highways leading up to the entrances.
A poll by FCC Environment / YouGov has revealed that the public is keen to buy a wide variety of quality, second-hand items from their local household waste recycling centres (HWRCs) – doing good for the environment, for local charities and the community in the process.
A big ‘thank you’ is being sent to residents in the East Riding for continuing to recycle during the challenges of Covid-19.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is paying tribute to the efforts of local residents for carrying on regularly sorting their waste and putting their bins out for collection during a very difficult 2020.