Zero Waste Week Supporters

Baroness Jenkin

Baroness Jenkin
Anne Caroline Jenkin is a Conservative member of the House of Lords. She was created a life peer in January 2011 as Baroness Jenkin of Kennington, of Hatfield Peverel in the County of Essex, and was introduced in the House of Lords on 27 January 2011, where she sits on the Conservative benches. She is an anti waste campaigner.

Children's Food Trust

Children's Food Trust
Through ensuring a balanced diet in their early years and at school, together with better family cooking skills, lifestyle and food education, the Trust exists to help protect every child’s right to eat better – and so, to do better.

E S A

E S A
The Environmental Services Association (ESA) works on behalf of Members to transform waste and resource management in the UK. Their work helps enable their members to turn Britain’s waste into valuable resources whilst protecting the environment.

First Mile

First Mile
First Mile are London’s leading recycling company. They collect from 10,000 businesses in London 24 hours a day all year round. They make recycling for businesses easy, helping save money and reducing environmental impact. They collect and recycle all types of waste in their own fleet of vehicles and send nothing to landfill.

Friends Of Glass

Friends Of Glass
In a nutshell – Friends of Glass is a community which supports everything about glass packaging. In a slightly bigger nutshell, Friends of Glass advocates a lifestyle which includes glass for three main reasons: health, taste and sustainability. They are committed to promoting awareness of a more sustainable and healthy lifestyle through glass.

Friends Of The Earth

Friends Of The Earth
For more than 40 years Friends of the Earth have seen things differently. They know the earth is our home, so wrecking it doesn’t make sense and the wellbeing of people and planet go hand in hand. This is the inspiration behind their many campaigns from the Household Waste Recycling Act to winning the world’s first climate change law.

Green Tourism

Green Tourism
With over 2,000 members in the UK, Ireland and Canada, Green Tourism are the largest and most established sustainable grading program in the world. Green Tourism offers credible, trustworthy, independent guidance to tourism businesses wishing to operate sustainably. Search the directory or register your business for membership.

Green Parent Magazine

Green Parent Magazine
The Green Parent is the UK’s leading green lifestyle and natural parenting magazine. It covers topics from attachment parenting to home-education and alternative medicine. Each issue features regular columns on Organic Gardening, Seasonal Food and Drink, Green Travel and ethical fashion

The Guardian

The Guardian
The Guardian ran their ‘Live Better’ challenge for seven months encouraging us to swap ideas and tips about saving water, wasting less food and recycling. We were featured as their very first Sustainable blogger of the week, took part in their ‘ask the expert’ series on reducing waste and they featured Zero Waste Week.

Inspired Times

Inspired Times
Are you looking for an uplifting magazine that focuses on the inspirational? A magazine that explores the latest environmental issues and initiatives and celebrates holistic living? A publication that celebrates holistic living from yoga and tai chi to herbalism and ayurveda? Inspired Times magazine is a free, online magazine that ticks all the boxes.

iiE

iiE
Investors in the Environment (iiE) is a nationwide environmental accreditation scheme. It is designed to help businesses save money and the environment by improving their energy efficiency and reducing their environmental impact. They provide help, support, promotion and networking to make your business greener.

Juno Magazine

Juno Magazine
JUNO promotes a natural approach to family life that inspires and supports parents as they journey through the challenges of parenting. We have an ethos based on conscious parenting, sustainability, social justice, non-violence and a commitment to personal growth and spiritual awareness.

Kerry Mc Carthy MP

Kerry Mc Carthy MP
Kerry McCarthy was elected as the Labour Member of Parliament for Bristol East in May 2005. Kerry is a Patron of FoodCycle and is working to ensure that the pressing issues of food poverty and food waste are on the political agenda, having introduced a Food Waste Bill in 2012

Love Food Hate Waste

Love Food Hate Waste
Love Food Hate Waste aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste and help us take action. It shows that by doing some easy practical everyday things in the home we can all waste less food, which will ultimately benefit our purses and the environment too. You’ll find fabulous recipes, advice on food storage and learn about proper portion sizes

Onya Bags

Onya Bags
Onya develop innovative and practical solutions to reduce social and environmental impacts. From refuse to reuse – Onya fight against disposable culture by making it simple to change our wasteful ways. Check out their range of reusable shopping bags, drinks bottles and solutions to clingfilm!

Plastic Free July

Plastic Free July
Plastic Free July is a simple idea developed in 2011. It aims to raise awareness of the amount of plastic in our lives by encouraging people to eliminate the use of single-use plastic during July each year. Open to everyone across the globe, sign up now to take the pledge and make a difference!

Pure Planet

Pure Planet
Pure Planet Recycling is a modern recycling company, established in 2007 to recycle WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment). They have a reputation for great service at a great price. Director Phil describes himself as an "active blogger and promoter of all things eco". His company won Green Business Of The Year 2011.

Resource Magazine

Resource Magazine
Resource Media is a publishing and communications company with environmental objectives, based in Bristol. Known for their innovative approach, they’ve built their reputation in the waste and recycling industry. Their in-house magazine, Resource, champions forward-thinking for this sector

The Rubbish Diet

The Rubbish Diet
Karen Cannard, mother of 2,from Bury St Edmunds took part in her county’s zero waste challenge in 2008. By the end of an 8 week trial she threw away only one plaster! 5 years on, she’s launched the Rubbish Diet across the country thanks to getting through to the finals of think-tank Nesta’s national waste reduction challenge.

Tooting Foodival

Tooting Foodival
Foodival is Transition Town Tooting's annual food festival, celebrating everything that's good about locally grown food. During Zero Waste Week they'll be encourgaing local residents to take along surplus homegrown veg which they'll all make into soup and enjoy together before dancing the night away. It's sustainable and fun!

Two Wolves

Two Wolves
Two Wolves is a design & marketing agency that creates conscious concepts for ethically driven brands. They believe that brand power should be used to inspire the positive changes we need to see in the world. There's a demand for honest, sustainable and socially conscious products and services and Two Wolves help get them out there.

Waste Less Live More

Waste Less Live More
Waste less, Live more Week brings together people from the UK to take part in activity which is good for people and the environment. The week takes place September every year, and encourages us to rethink how we live and make changes to reduce our environmental impact, while improving health and happiness.

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