Coming Summer 2012 – New easy way for Merstham residents to recycle more rubbish directly from their homes moved a step closer with the arrival of the first new refuse vehicles.Full Story »
New Years resolutions to help everyone get into the habit of reducing wasteFull Story »
Latest reports from Reigate & Banstead Borough Council are that they intend to operate a full refuse collection service in the Merstham area tomorrow. Residents are asked to put out their bins for collection as usual. This service may still be subject to local conditions and their may still be difficulty’s reaching certain properties.Full Story »
With the spread of snowy and icy conditions in Merstham and across the borough, Reigate & Banstead Borough Council has published advice on likely impacts to its services.
The page on its website covers disruption to refuse collection, closed buildings and other alterations to services in the event of snow or freezing weather. The council’s page will be updated daily during any bad weather and we will try to provide updates on any disruption to Merstham services on this web site.
Reigate & Banstead emerged from last Thursday’s Achievement in Recycling Awards with two awards, beating off competition from far larger organisations in its bid to have the recycling achievements of local residents recognised in these national awards.
The council won the Recycling Partnership Award, beating Tesco and Cardiff City Council and the Council’s Recycling Officer, Lizzy Jones, also won a Recycling Champion award.
Council is using Compost Awareness Week (2-10 May 2010) to encourage more Merstham residents to start recycling their kitchen, household and garden waste by composting at home. “Give it a grow”, the theme of this year’s Compost Awareness Week, aims to encourage us all to try something different, like having a go at home composting or extending the range of waste we compost to do our bit for the environment.Full Story »
Reigate & Banstead Borough Council’s recycling team is hitting the road over the coming months to bring the “reduce, reuse and recycle” message out to residents to help them waste less, and hopefully save money at the same time.
The Recycling Road show will be in Merstham for the Quality Street Fair on the 3rd July.
Following the disruption to refuse and recycling collections caused by the recent bad weather over the last few, council staff are planning to have collections back to normal this week.
As from Monday 18 January the council will be resuming normal refuse, recycling and garden waste collections as well as the collection of Christmas trees.
Merstham collections missed yesterday due to the snow (Wed 13 January) will be collected today and the council will attempt to collect some of Tuesday’s missed collections as well.Full Story »
Today (Wed 13th), due to the weather conditions all refuse and recycling collections have been suspended.
Council staff are continuing to work hard, in difficult icy conditions to clear the backlog of Refuse & Recycling that has built up. It is recognised that many Merstham residents still may not have had a collection since before Christmas.Full Story »