News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 21 October 2022
Wiltshire's Household Recycling Centres to switch to their winter opening times
Household Recycling Centres (HRCs) will be switching to their annual winter opening hours from next month
Published 18 October 2022
Recycle and reuse pop up shop coming soon to Devizes
A new recycling and reuse partnership initiative is being trialled in Devizes later this month, which will see residents given the opportunity to buy bargain quality used items sourced from Wiltshire Council's household recycling centres.
Published 5 October 2022
Chippenham resident convicted of fly-tipping
A Chippenham resident has been handed a large fine at Swindon Magistrates Court for fly-tipping his domestic waste in the rural countryside.
Published 1 July 2022
Wiltshire Council thanks residents for their patience during waste collection disruption
Waste collection services have been seeing disruption in recent weeks, but the council is working hard to make improvements
Published 20 September 2021
Wiltshire Council urges communities to 'Step It Up' and help fight climate change this Recycle Week
The theme for this year's Recycle Week is 'Step it Up', which encourages people to make positive changes to recycle more to reduce carbon emissions
Published 7 September 2021
Market Trader prosecuted for fly tipping his business waste
A former Amesbury fruit and veg market trader has been successfully prosecuted by Wiltshire Council for fly tipping cardboard, plastic and rotting food waste and other environmental waste offences.
Published 15 June 2020
Time to renew your garden waste collections
Households that pay to receive garden waste collections will receive an email or letter this week inviting them to renew their subscription by 14 August. New customers can also sign up to receive this service.
Published 11 June 2020
New bin will help to combat fly-tipping in Warminster
Wiltshire Council has installed a new commercial-sized bin on George Street, Warminster, to help solve the issue of fly-tipping on this street.
Published 3 June 2020
Fixed penalty for Royal Wootton Bassett fly-tipper
A man from Lyneham has been fined £400 after CCTV captured him leaving bin liners full of waste next to the recycling bins in Sainsbury's car park, Royal Wootton Bassett. The waste was deposited directly underneath a sign warning people not to fly-tip waste next to recycling bins, and advising them of the consequences of fly-tipping.