Local Authorities promoting Zero Waste Week

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There are over 80 local authorities signed up to the Zero Waste Week mailing list.

Here’s how some of them promoted the campaign to their residents:

Oxford City

Oxford City were busy sharing tips with their residents throughout the week

Cambridgeshire

Cambridge County Council encouraged their residents to sign up and posted ideas all week long

Cornwall

Cornwall Council encouraged participants to remember the FOUR R’s for ZeroWasteWeek

Derby

Derby council shared 10 tips for their residents to reduce waste:

Camden

Camden council share a coffee cup reuse scheme with their residents and remind them to use real nappies

Hackney

Hackney council ran their own campaign alongside Zero Waste Week and posted regular tweets to help their residents

Worcestershire County Council

Worcestershire County Council shared an inspiring video with the owner of their first zero waste store to mark Zero Waste Week

Rhondda Cynon Taf

RCT council encouraged their residents to sign up to food recycling during Zero Waste Week

IOW

IOW Council gave their residents motivation to keep up the good work during Zero Waste Week

South Glos

South Glos council reminded residents to reduce food waste and encouraged parents to give washable nappies a try

Fenland

Fenland Council shared EIGHT updates for their residents during Zero Waste Week!

Eastleigh Borough

Eastleigh Borough encouraged their residents to sign up to Zero Waste Week

Dacorum

Dacorum council shared five updates sharing hints and tips for their residents

Three Rivers

Three Rivers council kept their residents updated with ideas throughout the week

Selby

Selby reminded residents of a fantastic cashback offer on washable nappies

Swansea

Over in Swansea, residents can claim a significant £100 cashback on washable nappies

Huntingdon

Huntingdon District shared one of our posts aimed at helping teens reduce their waste

Greater Cambridge

Greater Cambridge encouraged their residents to sign up to Zero Waste Week

Rachelle Strauss
Rachelle Strauss
Rachelle Strauss is founder of MyZeroWaste.com and ZeroWasteWeek.co.uk Both are leading websites for helping householders reduce landfill waste. Her work has attracted media stories and engagement in documentaries, film and radio both locally and abroad.

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