Council teams will be working to support residents as temperatures are predicted to hit record highs in the next few days.
Croydon Council is up for a national award after boosting the borough’s recycling rate by the largest margin in London.
Residents have been thanked for their cooperation after Croydon’s household reuse and recycling centres reopened this week with new rules to keep visitors and staff safe.
Croydon’s three household reuse and recycling centres are set to reopen to the public on Wednesday, with new rules in place to help keep residents safe whilst on site.
A week-long crackdown on fly-tipping in Norbury saw more than 30 fines issued as part of the council’s award-winning Don’t Mess With Croydon, Take Pride campaign.
Household recycling and rubbish collections will be changing for three weeks over the Christmas period.
Croydon has achieved a 48 per cent recycling rate – a nine per cent increase from this time last year - after major changes to household recycling and waste collections.
The successful Don’t Mess With Croydon – Take Pride campaign, cracking down on fly-tipping and littering in the borough, has now reached 225 successful prosecutions since it launched in 2014.
Croydon’s street champions are celebrating national Love Parks Week by holding a host of litter picks across the borough as part of the Don’t Mess With Croydon, Take Pride campaign.
Croydon is set to declare a climate emergency in a bid to tackle climate change and improve the environment for residents now and for future generations.