A van which was used to fly-tip waste in the Longsight area has been seized and crushed by Manchester City Council, following a successful investigation.
A man from Gorton has been convicted of two offences of fly-tipping, thanks to evidence supplied to Manchester City Council by local residents.
51 new BigBelly smart bins are being installed in some of Manchester city centre’s busiest areas, in a new £250,000 investment to improve street cleanliness.
A Northern Moor restaurant has been served with a penalty of more than £1,000, after being prosecuted for fly-tipping by Manchester City Council.
A woman who was paid £50 to lend her van to a neighbour has been left with a £580 bill, after it was used to fly-tip domestic waste in Harpurhey.
Two vehicles which were involved in a spate of fly-tipping incidents in south Manchester have been seized by Manchester City Council and will be crushed.
A Manchester resident has been ordered to pay almost £1,000 by magistrates, after being caught fly-tipping outside her own home.
Manchester City Council and Keep Britain Tidy are joining forces with the aim of making Manchester the country’s first ‘Tidy City’ by 2020.
A van believed to have been involved in a number of fly-tipping offences has been crushed by authorities.
Take a look behind the scenes as Manchester's Neighbourhood Teams work to keep the city clean and green
Manchester City Council’s social media is to be taken over by its Neighbourhood Services teams this week (Monday 18 - Friday 22 September).
A research project in Manchester is examining whether ultrasound technology can be used to make sure that full litter bins are emptied at the right time.
Manchester City Council’s Executive will consider the findings of a major City Centre Review when it meets on Wednesday 8 February.
Members of the Council’s Executive have published their priorities for the period up to 2020 to help support the Our Manchester strategy for the city.
A change to Manchester’s collection service for non-recyclable waste is to go ahead, in a bid to boost the city’s recycling rates and save £2.4m per year.
Two litter louts have been ordered to pay a total of more than £1,300.