Sheffield, the greenest city in England, is home to over half a million people living in 227,000 households. We are working with Sheffield City Council to manage the rubbish created by the residents of the city. We empty bins, provide recycling services and generate electricity and heat from some of the rubbish that can’t be recycled. We also make sure that anything that can’t be recycled or used to generate power is disposed of safely. Since we started working together ten years ago, the city has increased its recycling rate from 4% to 30% and now sends less than 10% of its rubbish to landfill.
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Collection day finder
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Garden waste recycling
Veolia are offering residents across the city a chargeable garden waste recycling service.
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HWRC Opening Hours Updates
Residents are reminded that Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) opening hours revert back to …
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- 18 August 2014
Have fun in the sun and ‘recycle’ this bank holiday!
Whether you are planning a family BBQ, tidying the garden or having a clear out at home over the bank holiday weekend, Veolia and Sheffield City Council would like to remind residents that their Waste and Recycling Services will operate as normal over the bank holiday weekend.
- 05 August 2014
Have fun in the sun...Rest, Relax and Recycle!
Veolia and Sheffield City Council can be found out and about this summer asking residents across the city to ‘wise up to waste’ over the holidays by following the‘5R’s of Summer’ – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle…with an added touch of Rest and Relaxation.
- 01 July 2014
Nick Clegg (MP) Re-Cycles ready for the Tour De France
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg (MP) joined the community of Worrall this week to unveil the ‘Up-Cycle’ sculpture. This ‘one of a kind’ sculpture has been created by the local community from re-‘cycled’ bicycles to commemorate the Tour de France racing through Worrall.