Tag: Pollution

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Liberal Democrats campaigner starts “Clean Up The Quays” petition

A Liberal Democrats Campaigner in Salford has started a petition to try and make Salford Quays cleaner. Alex Warren started […]

Congestion on Regent Road. Image credit: google maps

Greater Manchester clean air plan – Salford residents invited to have their say

Today is the last day Salford residents can provide their views on clean air proposals for the city and the […]

“Prove me wrong” says Salford MP over government’s “paltry” green industrial revolution plans

Salford and Eccles MP, Rebecca Long-Bailey, has given a scathing assessment of the government’s green industrial revolution plan. Speaking on […]

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Salford residents can have their say on plans to clean Greater Manchester’s air

Salford residents can have their say as plans to clean Greater Manchester’s air begin with an eight-week consultation process starting […]

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“Isn’t it time we got clean air?” Salford is fighting against air pollution

Clean Air Greater Manchester asks “150 years ago Greater Manchester got clean water. Isn’t it time we got clean air?” […]

“Couldn’t care less” – Salford Sainsbury’s is targeted by Greenpeace for their plastic pollution

“Couldn’t care less” – Salford Sainsbury’s is targeted by Greenpeace for their plastic pollution

A Sainsbury’s store in Salford was the target of a campaign fronted by Greenpeace Manchester over their overuse of plastic and levels of waste.

“Doing nothing is not an option” – ‘£20 fine’ for idling cars outside schools

“Doing nothing is not an option” – ‘£20 fine’ for idling cars outside schools

Trafford Council are proposing to fine parents who keep their car engines running, in the hope it will reduce air pollution within the borough.

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“Reckless and unsustainable” – Green candidate criticises Andy Burnham’s housing proposals

Green party Councillor Bryan Blears yesterday sent a letter to the Mayor of Manchester Andy Burnham, calling his new housing proposals “reckless and unsustainable”.