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Come join us for Love Food Evening!

1 in 5 bags of shopping are thrown away

On Thursday 25th Feb, we will be joining up with our Rubbish Diet colleagues and FareShare to bring you a free Love Food Evening event at the Dominion Centre in Southall from 7pm till 9.45pm The event is free and open to anyone who would like to; Learn more about food waste in west London…

WEEE want your old electricals!

Switched on About WEEE

Waste Electricals and Electronic Equipment, or WEEE, is the fastest growing waste stream in the UK with over 1 million tonnes of it thrown away each year. Read on to find out how we can all make the most of our old WEEE Every electronic item can be recycled, whether it’s the 3 mobiles sat…

Food storage tip:

Leftover wine

Leftover wine

Grab an empty ice cube tray. Fill it up with your leftover wine and freeze for a later date.

Waste Week Schools Collections

Waste Week Schools Collections

Waste Week is run by EDF Energy’s education programme The Pod and is a UK wide week-long campaign around recycling running from 7th to 11th March.  The theme for this year is – ‘The issues of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)’.

West London Waste Authority are working with our partners DHL Envirosolutions and Wastebuster to encourage awareness of the issues around WEEE and especially to increase the recycling of small waste electrical & electronic equipment (WEEE) during Waste Week. By running a WEEE collection during Waste Week, schools can enter a competition for the chance to win £500 to spend on school equipment in the Wastebuster Exchange Store. The school that collects the most WEEE by weight per pupil will win the prize.

Reuse guides

You would be surprised about what can be reused - so before you head for the bin, take a look at these