Sunday round up 32

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sunday roundupWhat a week! It started off slowly, but had certainly gathered momentum by Friday!

Even though it may seem long gone, we’re still reviewing our Christmas and looking at ways we can improve the rubbish factor during the festivities this year.

We started the week by sharing our experiences about food waste and food packaging over the Christmas season. Find out how much we ended up with after the feasting had finished.

On Tuesday, as we celebrated Twelfth Night, we shared ways in which you could recycle your Christmas.

On Wednesday, we took our trembling bin to the scales for her first of her 2009 weigh ins. She was a little rotund around the middle this week, and we were no where near our 100gms per week target. find out why.

On Thursday I proudly showed off my very own zero waste crackers. Take a peek at my crafting erm, ability.

On Friday we gave a hearty high five to one company who surpassed themselves on the packaging front this Christmas Have a nose at what I bought Mr green for Christmas and find out why he was grinning like our cat after a fingertip of cream.

Regular readers will know that we don’t usually post up on Saturday, but we had some very exciting news to share which just couldn’t wait. Read all about it!

Don’t forget to join in with our latest discussions, have a browse through our ever increasing articles about ways in which you can reduce waste, vote in our polls, and if you want to know more, take a look through our links section to find out about other great people blogging about waste and companies doing their bit for the environment.

That just about rounds up another week here at Chez Green. Next week we’ll be finishing off some Christmas posts and we’re working hard to reduce our waste for the weigh in on Wednesday. Not to mention making plans for Gloucestershire County Council’s zero waste week which is taking place 26th January – 1st February.

Have yourselves a great Sunday and thank you for all the comments and feedback this week. I’ll be up to speed on that soon!



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I am a long time supporter of the Green and Sustainable lifestyle. After being caught in the Boscastle floods in 2004, our family begun a journey to respect and promote the importance of Earth's fragile ecosystem, that focussed on reducing waste. Inspired by the beauty and resourcefulness of this wonderful planet, I have published numerous magazine articles on green issues and the author of four books.

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