Swindon Borough Council are running on consultation on their waste strategy which will set out the principles for how they manage Swindon’s waste over the next ten years as well as shape some specific measures to be introduced over the next 12 months to the towns recycling rate.
Visit http://www.sustainableswindon.co.uk or see the poster below for more details.
South Marston Parish Council still have a small number of vacancies however, so please contact the Clerk, Claire Penny, if you would like more information about joining us.
Help shape NHS patient transport by sharing your views about it via the survey below.
Deadline for response is 10th November.
As part of our audit process, the Parish Council offer a period for residents to exercise their public rights and view the accounts of the Parish Council.
This period runs until 7th August.
Please see below for details.
Thames Water is appealing to customers to help identify privately owned sewage pumping stations.
The utility, which serves 15 million customers across London and the Thames Valley, will take responsibility for around 4,000 pumping in October 2016, but needs to track down 1,800 currently off its radar.
New legislation means sewage pumping stations, which power wastewater away from properties and out into the public sewer pipe network, currently owned and maintained by customers will become legally owned and operated by the local water company.
The pumping stations are found in all shapes and sizes, and can be in places where there are a number of properties needing to connect to the public sewer network. Customers will know they have one as they’ll be paying to maintain and power them.
We’d urge anyone who thinks they may have one to get in touch so we can check they are eligible for the transfer of ownership. In some cases, as well as electricity savings, maintaining and replacing pumps can cost thousands of pounds so it’s an excellent deal for them.
We believe we know where approximately half of the stations we need to take over are, but really need help to find the other 1,800. Please get in touch if you think this applies to you and we can take on the responsibility forever.
Anyone with a private pumping station can make Thames Water aware at thameswater.co.uk/pumphunt