Tagged with 'food'

Severn Trent Water Buy Food Waste Recycling Firm

Severn Trent has branched out and bought a food waste recycling company called Agrivert.  Agrivert produces energy from food waste and was bought as part of its Green Power Business, and they say that renewable energy is of strategic importance to them and the country as a whole.  

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Isle of Wight Council Urge Residents to Recycle their Food Waste

The Isle of Wight Council has joined forces with a Amey to encourage people to make good use of their food recycling.  Figures now show that UK households throw 7.3 million tonnes of food every year.  The council say that they think residents don't realise how much of a difference they can make by recycling their food waste.  

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The Pop Up Restaurant that REfUSEs to Let Food go to Waste

The Real Junk Food Project is a group of organisations working together to tackle the problem of food waste, REfUSE is the County Durham branch of the product, and they run pop up restaurants on the last weekend of each month in cafes across the city to turn food being thrown away into healthy and satisfying meals.  

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Colchester Council is set to Expand Food Waste Recycling Scheme

Food waste handling and disposal has been made more streamlined and environment-friendly by the Colchester community in Essex. The community authorities have successfully tested a food waste recycling scheme with a handful of homeowners on a trial basis. The councillor of the borough shared encouraging results of the trial run.

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Edible Cities

Edible cities are becoming increasingly popular. The mission is noble and positive: to increase awareness and actual levels of self-sustaining communities and educate in the importance of growing your own food, all while making neighbourhoods more attractive and strengthening communities.

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Recycling Food Waste to Support your National Team

With the 6 nations now over and done with for another year, recycle for Wales used this as an oppurtunity to push their message across, they wanted people to know that recycling food waste that is not edible such as tea bags and banana skins can help power your tv and power your lights.

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