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Hall Green fly-tipping incident costs man his van
A Tipton man who was linked to a fly-tipping case in Hall Green earlier this year has been ordered to pay £3,620 and to forfeit his van by Birmingham Magistrates’ Court.
Waste management modernisation update - 17 Sept 2018
The following is a statement on the latest news relating to the modernisation of Birmingham’s waste management service:
Garden Waste service 2018
Subscriptions for this year’s Birmingham City Council garden waste collection service are now available.
Refuse collection update - 5 January 2018
The following is an update on the recovery plan to catch up with recent missed bin collections in the city:
Missed bin collections - 29 December 2017 update
The following is a statement on recent missed bin collections in parts of Birmingham in recent weeks:
Christmas tree recycling service at four city parks
Anyone with a real Christmas tree that is no longer needed as the festive season comes to an end can recycle it thanks to the help of Birmingham City Council.
Bin collections - 12 December 2017
The following is a statement on plans for Birmingham's refuse collection service tomorrow (Tuesday 12 December 2017) as the adverse weather is forecast to continue.
Christmas waste collection plan 2017 is confirmed
Residents in Birmingham are being reminded of this year’s Christmas and new year waste collection arrangements, as the festive season nears.
Statement on agreed Waste Management proposal
The following is a statement from the Leader of Birmingham City Council on the proposal to modernise waste management services, now agreed by both Cabinet and members of Unite the union:
New signs warn fly-tippers they are being watched
New signs warning potential fly-tippers of Birmingham City Council’s approach to the problem are being rolled out at hotspot sites across the city.
Student wins Zero Hero challenge with selfie-themed video
With Freshers’ Week underway, one student who began the term with an impressive start was Alexander Deiry of Birmingham City University, who scooped a big prize of £500 worth of Amazon vouchers.