Leader of the Council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis said: “Veolia have published an apology in the latest issue of My Merton (featured above), which acknowledges worrying litter levels in some parts […]
Merton Council has named and shamed over one hundred people for littering Merton streets on its website. As part of its zero-tolerance approach to the small minority of people who […]
The Leader of Merton Council Councillor Stephen Alambritis has praised council staff for keeping services running during the current severe weather. Despite the sub-zero temperatures and snowfall to […]
Merton Council is calling on residents to team up with its street cleaning crews and councillors this month, by donning rubber gloves and litter pickers in a bid to give […]
Watch the Leader of Merton Council Councillor Stephen Alambritis visit the Merton Recycling and Waste Centre and explain how the Council is working in partnership with Veolia to put disposed […]
Pupils from Cranmer Primary School in Mitcham kick started Merton’s Big Tidy-Up weekend with the help of a litter-busting special star guest.
As part of its drive to clamp down on littering, fly tipping and graffiti, Merton Council invites the Dangerous Theatre Group into its primary schools to get the children talking […]
Jumble Trail is coming to Merton for the first time on Sunday 9 October with the support of Merton Council, Recycle for London and the South London Waste Partnership.
A fly-tipper is the first to have been hit with a £400 fine by Merton Council after new rules were introduced which enable the council to tackle fly-tipping more effectively.
A primary school is delighted with its new bin, one of three new bins provided by Merton Council after requests by members of the public.