In October 2007, Veolia was awarded a 27 year contract by the Shropshire Waste Partnership (now Shropshire Council) to provide improved waste and recycling services for residents.
For enquiries about your local waste and recycling services, please contact the Customer Services Centre on: 0345 678 9007 or visit www.recycleforshropshire.com.
Residents in Shropshire have their recyclable waste and their residual waste collected on alternate weeks.
Reduce, reuse, recycle
Recycling is just one way to reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfill sites.
The liaison group gives residents of the area the chance to find out more about the proposals.
Energy from waste
Construction of the Battlefield Energy from Waste facility began in October 2012 and is due for completetion in 2015.
View all latest press releases
- 17 October 2014
Veolia searches for artist
Veolia, the waste contractors for Shropshire Council have today put out a call for local artists to submit plans for a new piece of art as part of a Public Art Scheme.
The purpose of the Public Art Scheme is to commission an artist to design, create and install a work of art, as part of the development of Battlefield Energy Recovery Facility (ERF).
- 29 August 2014
Could you recycle one more thing?
A new campaign is encouraging residents in Shropshire to find 'one more thing' that can be recycled. The ‘recycle one more thing’ promotion highlights the wide range of materials that can be recycled in kerbside recycling boxes and at recycling centres around the county.
- 15 July 2014
Alternative waste collection services to be trialled in Shropshire
News from Shropshire Council:
Two hundred households in Shropshire are to take part in two 12-week trials of a new waste collection service this month.
Platinum rating achieved in BitC CR Index
We achieved Platinum in the Business in the Community Corporate Responsibility Index - find out more!
To ensure residents in Shropshire get the best possible service, the Shropshire Council monitors our performance.
Across Shropshire, there are a number of bring sites. These are recycling banks in accessible locations across the County.