Call For Residents To Share Net Zero Carbon Emission Ideas

Residents are being urged to share their ideas on how the district council can protect the environment and cut emissions. In October, East Cambridgeshire District Council (ECDC) joined more than 200 councils across the UK to declare a climate emergency at its Full Council meeting. As a result, the Council has today (Monday 16th December)

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ECDC Declares a Climate Emergency

East Cambridgeshire District Council has joined over 200 Councils around the UK in declaring a Climate Emergency. The council took the decision at last week’s Full Council meeting (Thursday 17 October), following the submission of a petition signed by local residents. Cllr Anna Bailey, leader of the Council said: “We welcomed the petition and thank

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Michael Spreads The Recycling Message Around Schools

A new scheme which will see children learn about the importance of recycling has been launched. East Cambridgeshire District Council’s (ECDC) waste team is going on tour over the next two-and-a-half months and will be visiting numerous primary schools to highlight why recycling should be on everyone’s radar. The project was launched yesterday with the

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Reusable bottles and coffee cups for all at the council

A council has continued its crackdown on single-use plastics by rolling out a reusable bottle and cup scheme. East Cambridgeshire District Council (ECDC) has teamed up with East Cambs Street Scene to provide all of their employees and elected members with a water bottle and coffee cup. All reusable water bottles and coffee cups were

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