Play our Recycling Game

No matter where you live in Norfolk, you can put the same items in your household recycling bin. Test your knowledge of what can and can’t go in your recycling bin at home against the clock.  Share this with your friends at the end of the game.

Ideas for the community

When it comes to reducing rubbish, our local community is a great place to start. The more we can share ideas and resources, the more we can all benefit, and at the same time, keep useful items away from disposal.

Community centres and other public places may have talks and advice sessions about how to reduce waste and save money, or may be able to point you towards local organisations that can help. Look out for posters and notices in public places and items in your local paper to find out what’s on and how you can get involved.

If you have reusable items you want to get rid of, or you would like to receive items for your home, why not talk to your neighbours or attend a give and take day? This will not only help to reduce waste in your local area, but could also save you a lot of money.

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Ideas for Schools

Reducing rubbish in school is easy.

There are several ways schools can look at reducing the amount of waste they throw away every day. Waste prevention is a better environmental option and usually cheaper than either reusing, recycling or disposing of rubbish.

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Ideas for Businesses

Most businesses generate waste (rubbish) and disposing of it can be expensive. The cost of commercial waste collections is rising so it makes sense – and can save your business money – if you reduce the amount of waste you create.

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Poll Vote

What do you regularly recycle at home?

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