Clean and tidy news
Pick up to clean up – supporting the Great British September Clean
Havering Council is supplying litter pickers for residents to borrow and hold their own socially distanced community clean-ups in the areas where they live this month.
Council Leader visits Rainham after floods
The Leader of Havering Council, Councillor Damian White, visited Rainham today (Monday) to ensure that residents are receiving the best possible support as they recover from flooding at the weekend.
Recycling the way we think about plastic
Do you think about how you use plastic? Changing the way we think to help us all enjoy a greener and cleaner borough, is what Havering Council is focusing on at events to mark Recycle Week 23-29 September.
Litter reports down since Cleaner Havering launched
Havering Council has seen a 22 per cent drop in the number of reports of litter as compared to this time last year.
Community litter pick leads to a Cleaner Havering
Havering Council and Wates Residential have taken part in a community litter pick to help make the borough a cleaner and tidier place to live.
Businesses back Cleaner Havering campaign
Local businesses are showing their support for the Council’s Cleaner Havering campaign, with posters urging residents not to drop chewing gum
Cleaner Havering campaign launched by Council
Havering Council has launched a new campaign aimed at making the borough cleaner and tidier, together with the help of residents.
Pick up your kit for the Great British Spring Clean
Spring is in the air and Havering Council is supporting this year’s Great British Spring Clean-up, by encouraging residents to pick up a kit and help spruce up their communities.
Action brings results against unlicensed waste carriers
Havering Council has carried out on-the-spot enforcement action to crack down on unlicensed waste carriers.
Clean-up brings community together in Harold Hill
Volunteers recently joined Havering Council staff and councillors with brooms and litter pickers at a clean-up event at the Hilldene shopping area in Harold Hill.
Council tracks down notorious Grenfell Park traveller fly-tip gang
Havering Council has recovered four vehicles and identified six suspects after a traveller incursion and fly tipping in Grenfell Park (18-19 November).