From September 6 to 22, nine promotional events will take place in the region, where approximately 5,000 bags of compost will be distributed free of charge to local residents.
Residents are encouraged to drive to their nearest event, where two 15kg bags of compost will be placed in each car trunk.
One of the events will take place at the municipal depot at Carnaby Industrial Estate (Lancaster Road). The award ceremony will take place on Saturday September 10 at 10 a.m.
Another event will take place at the Driffield Showground on Thursday, September 22 at 4 p.m.
Residents are asked not to queue at the site in advance or they may be turned away for security reasons.
The compost distributed will again be made directly from garden waste and food that residents recycle in their brown bins each year.
Brown bins can hold grass clippings, hedge trimmings, small branches, leaves, flowers and weeds, all cooked and uncooked foods, peelings, plate scrapings, bones, bread, meat, eggshells and small amounts of soups, sauces and sauces. All the contents of the brown bin are recycled into compost by the Biowise plant in Willerby.
Councilor Chris Matthews, holder of the council’s environment and climate change portfolio, said: ‘The giveaways we held in May were a huge success, so we hope this second round will be just as popular with locals. residents.
“We are hosting these events as our way of thanking East Riding residents for their continued support of our recycling programs.”
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