Cambridgeshire people are being urged to think about their recycling after nearly 55 tonnes have been rejected because of face masks and PPE waste.
A Fenland anaerobic digester plant has scored a first after its biomethane was connected to the National Grid.
A reader says coal-fired power stations could be converted to waste incinerators.
A local councillor is heading a group of rural leaders launching a new network to promote the voice of the countryside in the climate change debate.
A reader is worried that a reopening the railway could make us a dumping ground for London’s rubbish.
A pensioner is hoping to make a crushing impact on a town's litter problem and help a local good cause.
“We are working on longer term solutions to resolve this issue - we apologise to any customers who have been impacted by any increase in traffic.”
Travellers set up on the field last week.
"We are in a great position to submit a strong bid for March thanks to the council’s recent work on the Growing Fenland project."
Refuse crews have collected an extra 534 tonnes of waste and recycling in one month.
Whilst it is a highly unusual time for people, nature is still able to go about getting ready for one of the busiest seasons – spring.
Well wishes and thanks have been paid to Fenland Council’s waste and recycling crews as they go above and beyond during the coronavirus crisis.
Public Health England has warned the mega incinerator planned for Wisbech could lead to a rise in childhood leukaemia.