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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- 14 April 2014
Have an Eggstra Waste Wise Easter
In the UK, we buy a staggering 80 million Easter eggs, which generate around 4,000 eggstra tonnes of waste from packaging. That’s why Veolia Environmental Services and Sheffield City Council are encouraging residents to wise up to waste this Easter with the 3Rs – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
- 26 March 2014
HWRC Summer Opening Times
Sheffield City Council and Veolia Environmental Services would like to remind residents that from Tuesday 1 April 2014, the opening times at the five Household Waste Recycling Centres (HWRCs) found in Beighton, Deepcar, High Green, Shirecliffe and on Blackstock Road are changing to 10am – 6pm until Tuesday 30 September 2014.
- 20 March 2014
Garden waste recycling service set to start in Sheffield
Garden waste recycling collections will begin across Sheffield from 21 April 2014. Veolia Environmental Services, on behalf of Sheffield City Council, are pleased to announce the service cost for this year will be £55.80 for 15 collections.