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Waste Savvy Staffs

Did you know?

On average, in the UK, we throw away our own bodyweight in rubbish every seven weeks.

The average person also uses three times their share of the world's resources. 

We all need to think differently about what we buy and try to reduce the amount of waste we produce.

What can we do?

The best thing we can do for the environment is to reduce the amount of waste we create. 

After reducing our waste, the second best option is to reuse items.

If you can't reduce or reuse, the next best thing to do is to recycle your unwanted items.

Simple things that you can do:

 
Learn how to reduce your food waste

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Get into composting

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Find your local Home Waste Recycling Centre

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Volunteer to teach more people how to reduce their waste

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Join the Waste Savvy Staffs Facebook page for regular tips on waste and recycling

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Understand what happens to your waste

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Latest environment news

People Urged to Have Their Say about Climate Change in Interactive Project

Residents in parts of Staffordshire are being asked to share their thoughts and suggestions on how to tackle climate change in the county.
Date:
13 October 2021

Four-year plan to cut county council carbon emissions launched

A four-year plan to reduce the county council's carbon emissions to help tackle climate change and support the authority in achieving a net zero carbon target by 2050 has been launched.
Date:
13 October 2021

Drop-in sessions planned for Walleys Quarry residents

Two public face-to-face sessions are to be held in October at Bradwell Lodge Community Centre in Newcastle so people affected by Walleys Quarry can ask questions direct.
Date:
24 September 2021

Think Before You Park When Doing the School Run

Parents and carers are being encouraged to think before they park now that pupils have returned to the classroom.
Date:
14 September 2021

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