Startling facts have emerged that the Parish Council accepted donations from a local waste firm while raising NO COMMENT to the company’s retrospective application to handle a thousand tonnes of more potent waste at its facility in Poyle.
Incinerator-operator Grundons has appointed a new Managing Director as Slough Borough Council has set in motion yet another consultation, this one into rubbish.
Grundons’ Material Recovery Facility in Colnbrook has lost out to rival Viridor for the contract to reprocess waste from the London Borough of Hillingdon’s waste. Hillingdon’s new provider is not only cheaper but able to reprocess a much wider range of plastics and other refuse.
The owner of a mobile food business who failed to show Slough Borough Council his waste disposal records has been fined.
A CCTV camera has been installed at a fly-tipping hotspot and plans to close off a section of the road are being investigated in the council’s crackdown on waste dumping in the wake of another prosecution.
Slough Borough Council is offering a free Christmas Tree collection service between 7th and 18th January. Please contact Slough Enterprise on 0800 634 6301, two working days before your scheduled collection day or you can take it to the Chalvey Household Waste Recycling Centre.
The countdown to Christmas is well and truly under way and Slough Borough Council is reminding residents to be kind to the environment this festive season by recycling more.
Slough Borough Council has advised the revised bin collection schedule for the Christmas period.
Thames Valley Police would like to warn you against the dangers of leaving the packaging of those expensive gifts bought for Christmas uncovered and intact outside your front door, next to or in the bin awaiting its weekly or in some cases fortnightly collection.
Garden waste collections in Colnbrook will be suspended for three months during winter. Staff will be delegated to other jobs.
If re-elected on May 3rd James Walsh pledges to increase opening times and services at the new Childrens’ Centre, provide better facilities for kids on the Westfield estate, work with local groups to get the best possible services from providers and defend our green spaces against threats of development.