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another hugely successful year for our Waste Services team, working with local authorities, waste contractors, schools
and communities to manage waste better. And we are delighted that the
team are finalists in the National Recycling Awards 2017 Team of the Year Award – Public/Third Sector. They presented to the judging panel last
month and will find out if they have won at the awards ceremony on 28 June.
drawn together some numbers to summarise their achievements over the past
local authorities, waste authorities, waste contractors, housing providers and
third sector organisations we have worked with across England.
half a million -
households we worked with, to help people reduce, reuse and recycle, across 28
380,000 - households we targeted with information and schemes to
help them increase their food waste recycling.
30% increase - in
food waste recycling, with associated disposal cost savings of up to £340,000
per year in one council alone.
tonnes - the
waste we diverted from disposal across our projects. This is equivalent to the
weight of over 2,300 African elephants.
£1.1M - worth of disposal cost savings we
achieved for the local authorities we worked with. This is equivalent to the
cost of more than 40 social care workers.
123,000 - doors we knocked on, engaging 46,000
people on their doorstep about recycling.
368 - roadshows, events and
workshops we delivered in schools and communities, educating over
24,400 adults and children about reducing food waste, home composting, reuse
166 - events delivered by 40 volunteers, who
gave up 930 hours of their time.
91% - of attendees who said they were now
more interested in the repair, reuse and upcycling of furniture,
following us organising the first-ever London Upcycling Show.
and 46 - the
numbers our Waste Services Manager, Dr. Anna Scott and the Cheshire Waste
Reduction Volunteers were in Resource magazine’s annual Hot 100 poll.
Our Waste Services team supports local authorities and other organisations to
manage waste better. We work with local authorities, waste contractors, housing
providers, schools and other organisations to help adults and children reduce,
reuse and recycle their waste through community engagement programmes,
education programmes, marketing communications, consultancy work, staff provision
and staff training. They also offer services to monitor and evaluate the impact
of waste and recycling schemes and initiatives.
If you would like more information about their
work or how they can help your organisation please contact Waste Services
Manager, Dr. Anna Scott on firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7420 4407.
finally, good luck to our Waste Services team - National Recycling Awards
finalists - from everyone at Keep Britain Tidy.
Keep Britain Tidy is a registered Charity No. 1071737. Registered as a Company limited by guarantee in England & Wales No. 3496361. Registered office at Elizabeth House, The Pier, Wigan, WN3 4EX.
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