Four Buckinghamshire household recycling centres that have remained closed since the coronavirus lockdown was enforced are set to reopen this week with traffic measures in place to manage queues at busy times.
Temporary restrictions on parking around some of Buckinghamshire's beauty spots are planned next month (June) as coronavirus lockdown rules are lifted.
With countywide waste services nearly back to normal across Buckinghamshire during the current pandemic, council bosses are asking residents to only make trips to the five recycling centres currently open if it's absolutely essential they dispose of rubbish.
Buckinghamshire Council has today (13 May) reopened its four country parks in response to the latest Government coronavirus advice which now allows people to make more of the outdoors.
Towards the end of the first day when five household waste sites reopened (6th May), Buckinghamshire Council Cabinet Member for Environment and Climate Change, Bill Chapple OBE said he wanted to thank all those who visited for playing their part.
Buckinghamshire Council has confirmed the reopening of five of its nine household recycling centres to give residents the chance to dispose of waste that cannot be safely stored at home.
Connecting people with nature and conservation is the focus of today's (Friday) daily video update (Vlog) from Buckinghamshire Council Leader Martin Tett.
Buckinghamshire Council will restart green waste collections across the county from 11 May and also stand ready to open five of its nine household waste sites as soon as the Government gives the green light nationally.
How to tackle the mountain of grass cuttings and plant trimmings in your garden during the coronavirus emergency is highlighted in today's (Tuesday) daily video update (Vlog) from Buckinghamshire Council Leader Martin Tett.
Climate Action Wendover is a diverse group of local people who believe we can all make a huge difference to the environment by taking action in our local community.