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Forging Ahead in Recycling

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A huge thank you to Forge recycling who sponsored our launch and came down to tell people all about recycling. here is more about their brilliant coffee cup recycling scheme…

WELCOME TO HUBBUB

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If you’re looking for inspiration on things you can do that are good for you and the environment, you’ve come to the right place. Hubbub are a charity that create environmental campaigns with a difference. They design positive and  playful campaigns that inspire people to make healthier, greener lifestyle choices, which more often than not […]

Real Junk Food Project

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Real Junk Food Project are a global, organic network of Pay As You Feel concepts. Founded by Adam Smith. More info here. They divert surplus edible food destined for waste and make it accessible for human consumption. They believe it is a human right to have access to food and the scale and senselessness of […]

Zero-Waste Solutions: Buying Products Package-Free!

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1. The JarTree: A zero-waste store arrives in Leeds! Zero-waste shops have been popping up with increasing frequency all over the UK. The idea is that you can buy products package-free and you only have to buy what you need, therefore in theory nothing has to go to landfill! You simply bring your reusable container, […]

RECYCLE ON THE GO WITH #LEEDSBYEXAMPLE

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With busy schedules we’re eating and drinking more and more whilst on the move. Last year alone we spent a whopping £17.4 billion on food and drink to eat on the go in the UK. It stacks up to about 13 billion plastic bottles, 9 billion drinks and 2.5 billion coffee cups every year! That’s a whole […]

Plastic Free Me

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JOIN OUR MISSION AGAINST DISPOSABLE PLASTICS – we support small local changes for lasting global impact. It is predicted that, by 2050, plastics will outweigh fish in our oceans. It is estimated that over half of the plastic that the world consumes is used just once. This equates to around 150 million tonnes of plastic […]