Recycling Facilities in East Yorkshire
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Recycling information, green businesses and environmental organisations in East Yorkshire, UK. Here is where you can recycle in East Yorkshire and find out about sustainability.
- Target 45+ is the joint waste strategy of Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council to encourage every household within both authorities to divert waste from landfill by recycling and composting at least 45%.
- Transwaste offer waste management and recycling across Hull & East Yorkshire for business and individuals.
- Humber Wood Recycling Project's mission is reducing wood waste, saving resources and to create training, volunteering and workplace opportunities for people within the local area.
- Yorkshire Wildlife Trust is a local charity working to protect and conserve Yorkshire's wild places and wildlife for all to enjoy, managing 104 nature reserves in including iconic sites such as Spurn National Nature Reserve, Staveley Nature Reserve, Potteric Carr and Flamborough Cliffs.
- The Conservation Volunteers Humber & East Yorkshire carry out interesting and enlightening conservation tasks throughout the region.
- Frack Free East Yorkshire campaigning against fracking from the North York Moors to the Peak District, from Derby to York and all the way out to the coast.
- Recycle More is where you can find a recycling bank in East Yorkshire for all recyclable materials, including council run recycling centres and recycling facilities at shops, stores, car parks and other locations.
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Local Councils In East Yorkshire
Your local county, city or district council will have information about recycling collections, facilities and waste management in your area.
- East Riding of Yorkshire Council
- Kingston upon Hull City Council