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West Norfolk Council ponders bigger fines for flytipping

West Norfolk Council ponders bigger fines for flytipping

West Norfolk Council ponders bigger fines for flytipping

The penalties could also target people responsible for waste, even if they didn't dump it themselves


Scrunch it to sort Christmas wrapping paper, say Norfolk waste officials

Scrunch it to sort Christmas wrapping paper, say Norfolk waste officials

Scrunch it to sort Christmas wrapping paper, say Norfolk waste officials

The campaign aims to reduce contamination in residents' green bins


Breed and release project at Pensthorpe Natural Park helps to boost number of red squirrels

Breed and release project at Pensthorpe Natural Park helps to boost number of red squirrels

Breed and release project at Pensthorpe Natural Park helps to boost number of red squirrels

A breed and release programme led by Pensthorpe Conservation Trust (PCT) is helping to boost red squirrel populations in North Wales.


Pioneering new breeding project to use fish eggs from Hunstanton Sea Life Centre

Pioneering new breeding project to use fish eggs from Hunstanton Sea Life Centre

Pioneering new breeding project to use fish eggs from Hunstanton Sea Life Centre

A pioneering new breeding project is set to use tiny fish eggs harvested from tanks at Hunstanton Sea Life Centre.


Watlington wildlife park vision is backed by council

Watlington wildlife park vision is backed by council

Watlington wildlife park vision is backed by council

The site's owner says he is 'very excited' following the decision


Call for more rapid electric car charging points to be installed in West Norfolk

Call for more rapid electric car charging points to be installed in West Norfolk

Call for more rapid electric car charging points to be installed in West Norfolk

More rapid electric car charging points should be installed in West Norfolk.


Illegal traveller caravans in West Norfolk

Illegal traveller caravans in West Norfolk

Illegal traveller caravans in West Norfolk

Report finds vast majority of caravans in borough are on authorised sites


Missed recycling target means more bin checks in West Norfolk

Missed recycling target means more bin checks in West Norfolk

Missed recycling target means more bin checks in West Norfolk

More bins are being checked to ensure the right waste is going in after the borough failed to meet expected levels of suitable recyclable material.


Poll: Do you resent your bins being checked as contamination of recyclable waste in West Norfolk increases?

Poll: Do you resent your bins being checked as contamination of recyclable waste in West Norfolk increases?

Poll: Do you resent your bins being checked as contamination of recyclable waste in West Norfolk increases?

Council chiefs have admitted the borough has failed to provide sufficient waste for recycling

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POLL: More than half of Norfolk's waste is still being burnt four years after the King's Lynn incinerator was scrapped, but do you care?

POLL: More than half of Norfolk's waste is still being burnt four years after the King's Lynn incinerator was scrapped, but do you care?

POLL: More than half of Norfolk's waste is still being burnt four years after the King's Lynn incinerator was scrapped, but do you care?

A councillor has called the continuing burning of rubbish a 'scandal', as officials blame Brexit for delays in finding alternative solutions


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