Thanks to the latest advances in technology, the world of computers only seems to get bigger and better, particularly when it comes to hard drives.
However, despite improvements over the past several years, no matter how large the hard or solid-state drive you have in your computer, the time will always come when you will run out of available space.
Hull City Council is giving away 2,400 bags of compost to thank residents for using their brown bins to recycle food and garden waste.
As part of the “food waste in the right place” scheme, which started in 2019, black bins across Hull were fitted with tags reminding people that all cooked and uncooked food waste should be put in the brown bin.
Residents in the East Riding are being encouraged to complete an online survey about fast food litter.
The waste and recycling team at East Riding of Yorkshire Council is asking people to take part in the consultation to air their views on how the littering of packaging from fast food outlets affects the area.
One of the city’s favourite charity retailers is bringing a new, exciting store to Hull.
Dove House Hospice run 36 other outlets across Hull and East Yorkshire, including two Re-use shops, Humber Wood Recycling Project, No. 87 Vintage and Retro and The Wedding Loft, are now adding a new venture to their high street presence with the introduction of Reworked.
Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council have been successful in securing a bid for further funding of £71,000, plus an additional £20,000 for a communications campaign, for the Reuse Electrical project which operates the Reuse Electrical Shop.
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.