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The Christmas aftermath and its effect on our waste.

This is the season to be jolly, merry and, increasingly, exceptionally wasteful. There is plenty to be happy about on Christmas as the family assembles to eat inordinate amounts of food and enjoys a well-deserved break from work. However, green campaigners are increasingly focusing upon the wasteful aspect that has become embedded into our Christmas

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what to do with unwanted Christmas presents

Minimizing waste – what to do with unwanted Christmas presents. Christmas is a time of much merriment and festivities, it is most people’s favourite time of the year. It breaks up the winter blues and makes the world seem somehow brighter and more sparkly (which could well be related to the amount of decoration adorning houses

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Long term recycling strategy by the north London borough of Barnet

The north London borough of Barnet has targeted a significant increase in the capture of recycling from residents living in flats, under a draft strategy agreed by Councillors at a meeting last night (11 January). The strategy, which could also herald the introduction of food waste collections for flatted properties, will now be put out to consultation

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