Tag Archives : litter


Council targets litter louts

Plymouth City Council is stepping up the fight to keep the city clean. From January 2018, additional enforcement officers will be patrolling the streets of Plymouth, with the aim of preventing littering, dog fouling, fly-posting and fly-tipping offences. This work will be delivered by either an external partner or the Council’s in-house team, and a […]


New bigger litter bins installed across city

Larger multi-use bins have appeared in parks, on streets and playing fields over the past few months as part of the Council’s plan to keep the city cleaner and greener. The bigger bins can also be used for bagged dog waste, which makes it easier to collect and more cost-effective as a separate round won’t […]


Burn calories and spring clean our woodlands

Plymouth residents are being invited to get active, get outside into the great outdoors and spring clean the city’s green spaces as part of the Great British Spring Clean. Active Neighbourhoods Plymouth is supporting the UK’s Great British Spring Clean campaign in March this year, running three events to tidy up local woodlands at Budshead […]


Fridges and furniture cleared as part of Stonehouse sweep

Four fridges, a battered three-piece suite, smashed up bedside cabinets – someone in Stonehouse thinks unwanted furniture magically walks to the tip. Our teams have been taking part in a campaign to tidy up Stonehouse, clearing the area of clutter and rubbish so that people will be encouraged to keep it smart afterwards. Initial rounds […]