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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

Funding announced for the Cannock Chase area to make farms more sustainable

Over £300,000 is being made available to farmers and landowners in the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) vicinity.
Date:
02 July 2021

Campaign Urges More Active Travel to School

Families are being encouraged to walk, cycle or scoot to school in a new campaign to help improve people's health and wellbeing and reduce air pollution.
Date:
24 May 2021

Plant-based living walls installed to tackle roadside emissions

Living walls – natural filters made from plants and mosses which help to reduce air pollution – are being installed in two Staffordshire locations as part of a national clean air trial.
Date:
18 May 2021

Lichfield's household waste recycling centre improvements reduce queues and boost capacity

Improvements at Lichfield's household waste recycling centre have significantly reduced queues and tailbacks which used to form on the road outside the site.
Date:
17 May 2021

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