We all have a responsibility to make sure our waste isn’t fly tipped, so we need to be extra careful to be sure we are not passing our waste into […]
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A new report from the European Environment Agency ‘traces the problem of marine litter from source to sea to help policymakers and citizens understand what we can do about it’. […]
Keep Britain Tidy’s nationwide annual Great British Spring Clean returns from the 17th March – 2nd April 2023. Pledging to take part in the Great British Spring Clean (GBSC) couldn’t […]
The Environment Agency respond to many reports about the burning of waste every year. Burning waste can produce harmful gasses and the residue can pollute surface and ground water leading […]
As well as the safety risks caused by bonfires, they have an impact on the climate and, if the wrong materials are burned, can harm wildlife, the environment and human […]
There is an escalating trend concerning the theft of waste cooking oil from the hospitality and catering industry across the UK. Organised crime groups are thought to be behind this […]
The Clean Devon Partnership is highlighting the enormous scale of the county’s fly-tipping problem with a campaign taking place on Roborough Downs and the surrounding area between 14 and 17 […]
Over 2021 summer season, 1,082 snapped plastic body boards were recovered from just a handful of south west beaches. This campaign aims to help people make the right choice and […]
Rural Crime cost the UK over £43m in 2020 so a new campaign has been launched by CrimeStoppers to explain what it is and what you can do to help. […]
When visiting parks and waterways, coast and countryside, please follow the new Countryside Code. Intended for locals and visitors, the Clean Devon Partnership welcomes the new code which encourages us […]