A cutting-edge entertainment and events business in Warwickshire is reducing its carbon footprint after investing in two energy efficient machines and installing LED lighting throughout the building.
Motorists are handing over their old polluting cars to be crushed for scrap in exchange for £3,000 worth of alternative travel arrangements in what is the first scheme of its kind in the UK.
A new on-demand bus service is being launched at the University of Warwick promising staff, students and the local community convenient services to order.
Small businesses in Coventry are being given the opportunity to test electric vans, pool cars or taxis.
Yesterday another significant milestone in the development of a regional Materials Recycling Facility (MRF) in Coventry was achieved, as Coventry City Council approved the planning application for the facility which will be able to treat up to 175,000 tonnes of recyclate a year.
Western Power Distribution (WPD), the electricity distribution network operator for the Midlands, has announced the launch of its new research project exploring the feasibility of wireless, ‘on-the-go’ charging for electric vehicles (EVs) in the UK.
Following their successful pilot event in 2020, Coventry’s Charity Christmas Tree Collection is back in 2021 and it’s going big!
Every winter millions of people across the UK struggle to stay warm and healthy at home.
Coventry City Council has announced the changes to waste and recycling collections over the Christmas period.
A bid for a grant of up to £6m from the Government’s Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme (PSDS) has been submitted by Coventry City Council.
As we move into the second national lockdown Coventry’s bin crews, street cleaning teams and the household waste and recycling centre (tip) on London Road remains working.
The Council will be making the current booking system at the Household Waste Recycling Centre (tip) on London Road permanent. This change has been made following positive feedback from residents.
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.