We are introducing a new bag for cardboard to make sorting and collections easier for residents and crews.
Loan a litter pick and help us keep our city ship shape and Bristol fashion.
We're recruiting 50 households in Bristol to challenge themselves to reduce the waste they produce over a year. Could your home be one?
Partnering with Ecosurety, we're trialling an intervention parts of Lawrence Weston & Westbury-upon-Trym, to see if we can encourage more kerbside battery recycling and stop residents putting them in the waste bin.
Find out about plans for a new Household Reuse & Recycling Centre at Hartcliffe Way
Grab a litter picker and high-vis, and help make Bristol a cleaner, greener city.
Bristol is a leading city for recycling according to data released from the Department of Environment and Rural Affairs (DEFRA).
Our citywide food waste campaign, ‘Slim My Waste – Feed My Face’, has seen some encouraging results
You asked us about food waste and we're here to answer your questions and bust some myths
We're making changes to what we provide residents to cover their recycling boxes
The average Bristol family wastes £60 of food a month? Use our friendly food waste caddies to save cash, power the city and help the planet!
Bristol Waste Company has sustainable recycling markets for the materials that you separate for recycling
Fly-tippers, beware! Operation Waste Watch is running in an effort to catch offenders red-handed.
We have rolled out a Bristol Clean Streets initiative in Montpelier and Bishopston to get abandoned boxes off the pavement and improve the street scene
We're pleased to let residents know that we have let a new contract with SUEZ recycling and recovery UK to process 30,000 tonnes of domestic black bag waste.
Bristolian snapped the winning photo for 24 Hours in Bristol's Reuse & Recycle category
Recycled metal is hard to beat; it’s endlessly reusable - every last bit can always be turned into something else
... as part of Shangri-La's incredible Environ-mental installation
Creativity, imagination and innovation bring the wild to life at Festival of Nature this June
Meeting the increasing demand from businesses in Bristol and the surrounding areas.
Bristol’s mayor helps out on the recycling