As more people choose sustainable ways to travel around, efforts to improve air quality in Coventry are gaining more support.
The Household Waste Recycling Centre (Tip) on London Road will be reopening on Monday 18 May. So, the Council can ensure the safety of site users and site staff, there will be changes to how it normally operates.
Coventry’s bin crews have thanked The 29 States catering services after receiving boxes of donated pakoras on Friday (1 April).
Coventry’s bin crews have received 170 handmade scrub bags to help them safely wash their clothes thanks to a donation from Balsall Common Sewing Circle.
Coventry residents have been giving their views on a range of schemes which will enable reductions in NO2 levels in Coventry without the need to introduce a Clean Air Zone (CAZ D).
Coventry City Council is continuing to prioritise household waste and recycling collections during the coronavirus pandemic.
The government has written to the Council in support of local proposals which set out a series of measures to reduce Nitrogen Dioxide emissions, benefiting residents through cleaner air and better health.
Coventry has been recognised as a global leader on climate action and transparency, achieving a place on CDP’s Cities A List.
A commitment has been made to replace every tree that have been removed as part of regeneration work in the city centre with two more.
Latest figures show a reduction in fly-tipping incidents – as prosecutions rise by 50% as part of a zero-tolerance policy on the anti-social crime by Coventry City Council.
A new Material Recycling Facility (MRF) serving Coventry and the wider region could be built in the city.