Local Green Points unveils ‘Food Waste Challenge’
Local Green Points, provider of resident engagement services for waste and recycling, has announced its new product, ‘Food Waste Challenge’, which aims to provide local authorities with a ‘cutting-edge’ approach to reducing food waste. The organisation explained that the Food Waste Challenge, which engages residents in positive food waste behaviours such as using up leftovers, is being rolled out to residents in the London borough of Havering from July 2017, followed by Waltham Forest and Kingston, with other councils expected to follow.
West Norfolk Recycling Rewards awards £3,000 to local charities
West Norfolk Recycling Rewards has awarded £3,000 to three local charities, as part of a recycling scheme. West Norfolk Recycling Rewards launched to all households in the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk in May 2016 and has since been encouraging householders to recycle more and waste less.
Local Green Points lines up 3 London Boroughs for its innovative new product, Food Waste Challenge - Havering, Kingston and Waltham Forest to roll out Food Waste Challenge in drive to reduce household food waste
Good recycling habits earns cash for West Norfolk charities
The Norfolk Hospice West Norfolk Mind and Scotty’s Little Soldiers have all benefitted from the recycling efforts of West Norfolk residents. West Norfolk Recycling Rewards gave the top prize of £1,500 to Norfolk Hospice while runners-up West Norfolk Mind and Scotty’s Little Soldiers received £750 each.
New phase of West Norfolk Recycling Scheme
The next phase of the West Norfolk Recycling Rewards scheme begins this week with a team of expert recycling advisers visiting households to offer advice and information and to encourage residents to activate their Recycling Rewards account.
West Norfolk residents raise £3000 for local Charities
West Norfolk Recycling Rewards has awarded £3,000 to three local charities at an event attended by Councillor Ian Devereux. The scheme has been running for one year and this is the second time local charities have benefitted from the recycling efforts of local residents.
West Norfolk residents raise £3,000 for local charities with Recycling Rewards scheme
Yesterday, West Norfolk Recycling Rewards awarded £3,000 to three local charities at an event attended by Councillor Ian Devereux, Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk Cabinet Member for Environment. The scheme has been running for one year and this is the second time local charities have benefitted from the recycling efforts of local residents.
Members of the scheme voted for their favourite local charities from a shortlist to receive the biggest share of the £3,000 donation fund. Norfolk Hospice won the top prize of £1,500 and the two runners up, West Norfolk Mind and Scotty’s Little Soldiers were both awarded £750 each.
West Norfolk Recycling Rewards launched to all households in the Borough of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk in May 2016 and has since been successfully encouraging householders to
Torbay Green Points signs up 10 new businesses to offer discounts to residents.
Recycle in Hackney and you could get money off your brunch
We’ve already been given the rubbish news that Londoners are some of the worst recyclers in the country, with some boroughs (*cough* Newham) only recycling 15 percent of their waste. However, some London boroughs are attempting to combat these garbage stats. Trying to give London a greener name, independent business in Hackney are enticing people to fill up their green bins by serving up discounts to the neighbourhoods that do the most recycling.
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