Recycling, rubbish and waste news
Published on 20 May 2013
Refuse and recycling collections, including garden waste will take place one day later than usual because of the late May bank holiday on Monday, 27 May 2013.
Published on 9 May 2013
Ealing Council’s recycling team will be giving away 10 tonnes of compost at Walpole Park on Saturday, 11 May as part of Compost Awareness Week.
Published on 30 April 2013
Refuse and recycling collections, including garden waste will take place one day later than usual because of the May Day bank holiday on Monday, 6 May 2013.
Published on 25 March 2013
During the Easter period all refuse and recycling collections will take place a day later than normal, including garden waste collections.
Published on 5 March 2013
Residents are being reminded to renew their annual garden waste subscription by the end of March to continue receiving the fortnightly service.
Published on 29 January 2013
Residents in flats and estates will soon be able to recycle their food waste, plastics and cardboard as part of new recycling services in the borough.
Published on 2 January 2013
Ealing Council is reminding residents to recycle their real Christmas trees so they can be turned into compost instead of going to landfill.
Published on 22 August 2012
Refuse and recycling collections, including the subscription garden waste service, will take place a day later because of the bank holiday on 27 August.
Published on 16 April 2012
Residents should put their recycling and refuse out on their usual collection day this week.
Published on 6 March 2012
Residents can now subscribe to Ealing Council’s garden waste collection service.
Published on 21 November 2011
A celebrity chef will be visiting the borough to demonstrate how to cook meals from food usually thrown away.
Published on 14 September 2011
Ealing Council’s cabinet has agreed proposals to change its garden waste collection service.
Published on 5 September 2011
Students returning to school in Ealing are learning an important lesson about how they can help boost recycling.
Published on 23 August 2011
Refuse and recycling collections will change over the August bank holiday period.
Published on 13 July 2011
Ealing Council is encouraging residents to think green when they are enjoying barbeques, parties and festivals this summer.
Published on 20 June 2011
Ealing residents are now recycling more than 40% of all waste - the best rate ever achieved in the borough.
Published on 16 June 2011
If you’re giving your dad a break this Father’s Day (Sunday, 19 June) by putting out the rubbish or mowing the lawn – don’t forget to recycle.
Published on 23 May 2011
Most refuse and recycling collections will be a day late because of the spring bank holiday.
Published on 19 May 2011
The six councils serving west London have agreed a joint action plan to reduce waste generated by over 21,000 tonnes per year by 2015.
Published on 18 May 2011
Five wards in Ealing walk away with big cash prizes for being the best and most improved recyclers.
Published on 28 April 2011
With the gardening season well and truly underway, Ealing Council is giving away ten tonnes of compost on Friday 6 May.
Published on 26 April 2011
Ealing Council is reminding residents to recycle waste after Royal Wedding parties.
Published on 14 April 2011
Between the two bank holiday weekends in April and May there will be some changes to refuse and recycling collections.
Published on 30 March 2011
Love the planet this Mother’s Day (Sunday, 3 April) and reduce or recycle as much as possible.
Published on 21 March 2011
Ealing Council is reminding gardeners to compost or recycle their garden waste.
Published on 15 March 2011
The equivalent weight of 32 double decker buses of material has been saved from landfill thanks to the effort of Ealing schools.
Published on 7 March 2011
Spare a thought for the environment as eggs are cracked this Shrove Tuesday by recycling pancake leftovers.
Published on 16 February 2011
Residents are being consulted on possible locations in the borough for new waste processing and recycling facilities.
Published on 18 January 2011
Now the festive season is over for another year, Ealing Council is reminding residents they can recycle real Christmas trees until the end of January.
Published on 7 January 2011
An Ealing Council recycling centre is top of the tables for waste cooking oil collection. Greenford Recycling Centre has collected the most cooking oil for recycling in London, and the second highest volume in the country.