A series of extra measures are to be put in place to combat the issue of contaminated recycling in Merton’s on-street bins, after research by the council showed as much […]
Street cleaning crews, councillors and residents are joining forces to help give the borough a spring clean and remind everyone to bin their litter responsibly. Merton Council is inviting everyone […]
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 […]
Shampoo bottles, toothpaste tubes and empty bottles are all ‘Unusual Suspects’ that can be recycled as part of Recycle Week and beyond.
Rubbish and recycling collections for Merton residents will be slightly different over Christmas and New Year.
Mitcham resident Daria Piatek is the latest winner of the Love Your Street prize draw, taking home a £100 One4All voucher.
Merton Council is encouraging as many people as possible to go to the National Trust’s Morden Hall Park to see the winning Style Junkie creations, as the last day of the exhibition will be Sunday 26 July.
Brenley Park Residents’ Association is seeing the benefits of their recycling success with the installation of their much-wanted CCTV.
Merton Council is calling on residents this Recycle Week (22-28 June) to cut the amount of waste they generate and to reuse and recycle whatever they can to minimise the amount of rubbish that ends up in landfill.
Winners of Merton Council’s Style Junkie competition were announced this weekend by Leader of the Council, Councillor Stephen Alambritis, Costume Design Pathway Leader Abigail Hammond from Wimbledon College of Arts […]