ZeroWasteWeek wrote: »
What a great resource you have there; really inspiring - thank you for sharing and keep up the great work. I might share a couple of ideas on my site if that's ok.
Tony's_wife wrote: »
Please feel free to share anything that you think might be useful before this beautiful world of ours is swamped with rubbish. x
GreyQueen wrote: »
......... We were having a training session at work about changes to the recycling in our area and there was lots of good feedback and knowledge shared about stuff. I think the recycling peeps were quite astonished at how knowledgeable and interested customer services were as individuals in recycling and re-using and how much trouble we took with stuff of our own. Info was shared among colleagues about composting in small flats and freegling random things, it was very productive and made me feel all warm on the inside.
In our area, you can pay for bulky item collections of furniture, applicances etc, but we always encourage callers to think about charitable donation and Freegling as if the item is re-usable, we would rather not see it wasted.
I'm such a saddo that I'm trying to get a trip up to visit the waste transfer station to see how it works from the inside; why should schoolkids have all the fun? :rotfl:
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