The Idea : We are all capable of picking up 1 Piece of Rubbish per day. For cleaner streets and cities and hopefully a cleaner area… Over to you !
Rory Connelly the FOPA streetscape committee member has been working hard to ensure that our Palmeira & Adelaide streetscape is enhanced and improved. Below is a summary of some of the key areas he has covered over the summer.
The Grade 2 structure in Adelaide Crescent, which dates back to the 1830s, will be renovated to restore some of its rare and unique features.
Following lengthy consultations about endemic problems at our composting facility it was, in the end, closed.
Key problems were lack of volunteer support, unsuitability of the appliances provided and vermin infestation.
Compost News Issue 28
You will have read our unmissable Issue 27 – this is a brief supplement to bring you up to date
It’s about a month since the last Issue, No 26 – alas, it’s still cold outside daffodils seem unhappy.
Tubs 1 and 2 are full, 3 is well on its way – soon we’ll have to take some action.
This brings you up to date in case you haven’t been since Christmas.
Bins 1 and 2 are getting full, so soon we’ll start filling No 3.
Bin 1 now sustains a happy population of fruit flies, in spite of the cold spell – so something good is happening inside.
Hello, everyone! It’s Christmas, and we are back in business, as you may have seen on our website.
If you did look, you will know that things are different:
- our lovely but troublesome old boxes are gone;
- the steps have been given a cover of stone chippings;
- there is a paved promenade to save your shoes; and
- four new space-age bins called Green Johannas, ready to take off, straight into orbit.
A heatwave, at last – how wonderful it is … and what exciting prospects it brings us!