Have a road trip not a road tip: council teams clean up to twenty-three tonnes of litter from A50/A500 corridor
Stoke-on-Trent City Council and National Highways are reminding residents that the city’s roads are not a bin after city council teams clear the equivalent of 340 grey bin loads of rubbish each year.
Residents reminded ‘city streets are not a bin’
Across the city, teams are fighting to keep Stoke-on-Trent’s streets clean but litter is being dropped as quickly as our environment team and volunteer litter pickers can clean it up.
Local litter picking heroes urge public to bin their rubbish
Local residents have been working hard to keep our city clean, but they need help. Stoke-on-Trent City Council are urging all residents and visitors to bin their litter, or take it home with them.
490 council workers redeployed on coronavirus response, and fly-tipping cases increase 30 per cent
Almost 500 city council workers have been redeployed to work in services to support residents, communities and businesses through the coronavirus pandemic.
City Council working with partners and local residents to clean up Stoke-on-Trent
Local residents and corporate partners of Stoke-on-Trent City Council have helped to combat the litter issue in the city by carrying out litter picks in recent weeks.