Balloon and Lantern Charter
Spearheaded by Norfolk County Council, developing from the ban on releasing balloons and sky lanterns on NCC property, the campaign asked businesses, landowners and organisations to join them and pledge not to permit releases on their own property.
It also asked individuals to pledge to consider alternatives to balloons and sky lanterns. To find out more visit Balloon and Lantern charter.
Magic Hands Videos
A campaign of 3 videos to go over the dos and don’ts of recycling at home. Building on the success of our magic hands Scrunch it to Sort it campaign. They highlighted the plastic items you can recycle, reiterated the clean, dry & loose message and even debunked some home recycling myths. The videos can be found on the Norfolk Recycles You Tube channel.
Love Norfolk Hate Litter
A county wide call to action, for a cleaner county. Tied in with the Love Norfolk Hate Litter facebook group and with the backing of Norfolk’s Deputy Lord Lieutenants, launched the Love Norfolk Hate Litter campaign.
We asked the people of Norfolk to pledge to litter pick themselves when out in the county, to join local groups and for businesses to take steps to reduce litter near their premises.
A litter pack for Norfolk schools was created teaching the next generation to act against litter.
To find out more visit Love Norfolk Hate Litter.
All of Norfolk’s councils joined Hertfordshire’s #Srapflytipping campaign, the first councils to do so in East Anglia.
The campaign focuses on householders and businesses making sure that they dispose of waste properly and check anyone paying to take waste away is reputable and has relevant licences.
The campaign has continued into 2020 outlining the enforcements the local councils have taken to tackle flytipping.
To find out more visit #Scrapflytipping.
Give your Recycling a little bit of Love!
A countywide campaign to help reduce contamination in the kerbside recycling. The campaign consisted of a leaflet drop to every household in the county with a detachable sticker showing what can and can’t go in your recycling bin.
Imagery was also placed on waste refuse and recycling vehicles, shop windows, bus stops, garage forecourts and press. There was an audience targeted advert on Sky TV which you can watch here.