Environment Kirklees is a not for profit company which aims to protect and maintain the local environment. It works with local communities, residents, businesses, institutions like the university and employees to increase environmental awareness and through its projects to make our towns and villages a better place to live, work and study.
To find out more, please visit our About page.
Our Waste - The Future?
Join the conversation about the future of our waste in Kirklees. The conference takes place on,
Wednesday 4th December
10am - 5pm
Heritage Quay, University of Huddersfield
Discussions include Community Partnerships in Action - how residents, community organisations, businesses and councils can work together to reduce, reuse and recycle waste; and Towards a Circular Economy, exploring the implications of the new National Waste Strategy within Kirklees.
Networking lunch included with your ticket
Tickets from just £5 per person.
Introducing our Greenstreams Project
The Greenstreams project is one of the major projects that Environment Kirklees leads on. This project has been delivering public access and other improvements along the River Colne since 1997 when the first new riverside footpath was created behind the Leeds Road Retail Park. To learn more about the Greenstreams Project, please click the link below:
Click the image below to view the latest Greenstreams newsletter