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A group of trained SWAT officers have been deployed to Bayswater by Westminster City Council – to tackle fly-tipping head-on.
Veolia have awarded luxury prizes to three wheelie lucky Croydon residents who won a competition.
Groundbreaking technology developed in the UK will be fitted to rubbish trucks in Westminster, in the bid to reduce harmful emissions and nitrogen oxide by 99 per cent.
Veolia and Westminster City Council are celebrating the expansion of their on-street coffee cup recycling scheme, Good to-go with a reusable cup giveaway and an ambitious target to recycle 500,000 cups over the year ahead.
A visit to Wonder Day at the Veolia Integrated Waste Management Facility (IWMF) will help fill more than the minds of the curious. With a rare opportunity to see what happens to recycling behind the scenes, visitors will also receive clarity on which items should fill their bins, just in time for Recycle Week (24-30 September).
Thousands of traditional Caribbean costumes are worn at Notting Hill Carnival, however for one member of the Veolia clean up team, culture can be found in all outfits, including a street cleansing uniform.
This August, we're excited to be working with Aqua Nueva restaurant in Westminster to help ensure that their celebration of La Tomatina, ends in an environmentally friendly way.
Baker Street was home to the most famous detective in the world, however until recently creating a sustainable workplace for businesses remained an unsolved mystery. Now Veolia joins forces with the Baker Street Quarter Partnership (BakerStreetQ) to help close the case.