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HOUSEHOLDERS across West Cheshire are now able to recycle even more of their plastic waste - thanks to improvements to the borough's waste collection service.
A SOLAR energy project led by Wrexham's Glyndwr University could bring affordable renewable energy to thousands of homes and create more than 50 new jobs.
SOLAR photovoltaic panels installed on the roof of a Chester home have produced more than 1,000KWh of electrical power in the year since they were installed.
AN ECO-firm is hoping to go greener with plans for the installation of a 35-metre wind turbine.
AN ÃÂ£850M masterplan to dispose of the county's household waste for the next 25 years has been thrown on the scrap heap after the Government withdrew crucial funding.
WASTE cooking oil from Cheshire East catering services is now being recycled into bio-fuel.
FORTNIGHTLY collections of general waste are coming to Chester even though residents don't want them.
EACH time you put your bin out for collection, more than 30% of the waste inside is likely to be organic and could be composted.
A RURAL church has become the first in the area to receive an eco-award.
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