Follow our progress in the zero waste challenge. The good, the bad and the downright rotten (usually back of the fridge) stories. We blog our daily events, tips and experiences to show that reducing your household waste is possible, it saves you money and helps to protect the environment.
A blog post story with a twist Today, I’m ‘coming out’ to let you know that there is more to Mrs Green than scouring the back of the fridge for mouldy things to compost. I’m pulling on my Big Girl Pants and going public with something I’ve been doing ‘in the closet’ for over ten […]
The construction industry generates over 100 million tonnes of waste every year. And our Zero Waste community are on it! This week they shared these fabulous tips for reusing builders merchants bulk bags – the sort you get sand or gravel delivered in.
Georgina hosts the radio show “Wandsworth Matters” – a talk show focusing on environmental and social issues. She covers diverse topics from air pollution to Zero Waste with the aim of giving listeners the opportunity to find out about the issues which affect them most.
Amanda shared a query on Facebook I’m sure many of us zero wasters can relate to. She wrote,
Here in the Forest of Dean we have reasonably good kerbside collections: Once a fortnight landfill waste is collected along with with dry recycling (paper, glass, tins, aerosols and domestic batteries).