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15Jun

Press Release 15/06/2018

Press Release

15th June 2018           
 
Warwickshire County Council to reward Bin Slimming residents for another year
 
Warwickshire County Council has extended its contract with Local Green Points to deliver the popular ‘Slim Your Bin’ campaign for another twelve months.
 
 
Left to right: Ruth Payne (Warwickshire County Council), Bethany Fruen (Local Green Points), Dottie Allan (Local Green Points), Cllr David Reilly (Warwickshire County Council), Caroline Faulkner (Warwickshire County Council).
 
Slim Your Bin launched in November 2016 in Warwickshire’s five districts and boroughs ...
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14Jun

Press Release 14/06/2018

Press Release

14th June 2018
 
West Norfolk Recycling scheme boosts plastic recycling and earns £12,000 for local charities
 
Local charities in King’s Lynn & West Norfolk have received £12,000 worth of donations over the last two years, on behalf of residents who recycle and are part of the
Local Green Points recycling rewards scheme.
 
 
The two-year scheme, known as West Norfolk Recycling Rewards, encouraged residents to recycle more and rewarded them for their efforts with individual and community prizes. Every month, the residents who recycled the most and took part in waste minimisation activities on the online platform or mobile app were rewarded with vouchers for local leisure ...
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11Jun

Press Release 11/06/2018

Press Release

Monday 11 June 2018
 
Camden charities get £5,000 from council’s recycling rewards scheme
 
Five Camden charities have received a total of £5,000 thanks to Camden Council’s recycling rewards scheme. The donations were awarded at a ceremony attended by Councillor Adam Harrison, Cabinet Member for Improving Camden’s Environment.
 
 
Photo: Local Camden charities receive £5,000 worth of donations at Castlehaven Community Centre
 
Camden Recycling Rewards encourages residents to reduce, reuse and recycle more and rewards top recyclers in the scheme with individual prizes, as well as giving them the chance to vote for local charities to benefit from donations. ...
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01Jun

Camden Council Magazine

Support a local charity

A big thank you to Camden residents for using all the opportunities to recycle in the borough. If you’re a member of Camden Recycling Rewards, your efforts to recycle more and waste less helps us donate £10,000 to local charities each year.

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31May

Your Local Guardian 31/05/2018

Kingston flat residents can win prizes for reducing food waste

Prizes are on offer for Kingston flat residents in the council's new "food waste challenge".

The initiative, hoped to reduce waste, will have participants pledging to reduce food waste by storing food correctly, understanding date labels, practising portion control, planning meals and using leftovers.

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31May

Surrey Comet 31/05/2018

Kingston flat residents can win prizes for reducing food waste

 
Prizes are on offer for Kingston flat residents in the council's new "food waste challenge".
 
The initiative, hoped to reduce waste, will have participants pledging to reduce food waste by storing food correctly, understanding date labels, practising portion control, planning meals and using leftovers.
 
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31May

Local London 31/05/2018

Kingston flat residents can win prizes for reducing food waste

Prizes are on offer for Kingston flat residents in the council's new "food waste challenge".

The initiative, hoped to reduce waste, will have participants pledging to reduce food waste by storing food correctly, understanding date labels, practising portion control, planning meals and using leftovers.

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26May

Kingston Council

Kingston kicks off food waste challenge for flats

Kingston Council has launched a new initiative to encourage residents living in purpose-built flats to reduce their food waste and be in with a chance to win prizes.

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25May

Press Release 25/05/2018

Press Release

25th May 2018
 
Kingston kicks off food waste challenge for flats
 
Kingston Council has launched a new initiative to encourage residents living in purpose-built flats to reduce their food waste and be in with a chance to win prizes.
 
The food waste challenge will see participants pledge to reduce food waste by storing food correctly, understanding date labels, practicing portion control, planning meals and making use of leftovers.
 
For every week residents stick to their pledge, they’ll earn green points. Those taking part will then be in with a chance to win monthly cash prizes and help decide which local charities win a share of a £4,750 donation.
 
Cllr Hilary Gander, Portfolio Holder for Environment and Sustainable Transport at Kingston Council, said:
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18May

East London and West Essex Guardian 18/05/2018

The Food Waste Challenge is open to some Epping Forest residents

Diligent environmentalists who avoid wasting food could now be inline for a financial kick back.

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