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Reduce & Recycle Your Food Waste For British Tomato Week

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In 2015 UK households threw away over 7 million tonnes of food. Most of it was still edible and could have been avoided. Although food is an organic material it does not simply decompose in landfill as air cannot get to it. Instead it rots in the ground and releases the harmful greenhouse gas methan…

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Zero Waste blog for National Vegetarian Week

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For anyone who’s been itching to try more vegetarian dishes or even looking to trial a possible lifestyle change and want to dip their toes into the vegetarian world, this week could provide the best opportunity to do so. National Vegetarian Week, which runs from 15th to 21st May this year, is a good tim…

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Gemma’s Extra Week

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In order to complete the challenge from 1 March – 13 April, I volunteered to do an extra week. I found my second week of the Six Items Challenge much better than the first. The week was quite warm so I was lucky. What Clothes I Chose I planned my outfits carefully selecting: 1.       1 pair of black…

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International Compost Awareness Week

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International Compost Awareness Week runs from 7-13 May this year and we’ll be celebrating compost all week long! Compost Awareness Week seeks to promote the benefits of using compost to improve or maintain high quality soil, to grow healthy plants, reduce the use of fertiliser and pesticides, improve water quality and protect the environment. This year’s…

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Slowing Down Fast Fashion’s Impact on the Planet

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During lent this year our Waste Minimisation Team embarked on Labour Behind the Label’s Six Items Challenge. From 1st March – 13th April 2017 we went on a fashion fast to raise awareness about the impacts of textile waste on the environment. Each person from our team was assigned a week where they chose six…

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