The Scottish Invasive Species Initiative (SISI) aims to support a network of local organisations and volunteers to engage with their local river and implement community-based, Invasive Non-Native Species (INNS) management over approximately 29,500 km2 of northern Scotland.
New recycling procedures for kerbside collections are being rolled out to increase Aberdeenshire’s recycling rate and save money
Changes to the network of Household Waste and Recycling Centres (HWRCs) in Aberdeenshire will take effect from Monday, April 29.
Aberdeenshire Councils proposed new kerbside waste and recycling collections are under review before they have even been implemented after a funding bombshell from Zero Waste Scotland.
Proposed changes to recycling and waste services are set to be decided on by councillors at the Infrastructure Services Committee on Thursday
The decision on Aberdeenshire’s new Waste Strategy delayed to fully consider community input to the consultation
Have you had your say yet on proposed changes to recycling and waste services in Aberdeenshire?
Even with the recent spells of rain, the dry weather is set to continue in Aberdeenshire, putting increasing pressure on water supplies and the forecast rain is not expected to replenish supplies sufficiently.
The results are in from Big Recycling Challenge Survey – helping inform area’s future recycling and waste services
Aberdeenshire Council is seeking the views of residents on how to recycle more in the Big Recycling Challenge