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The aim of the project called IDEAL79 is to reduce the amount of residual waste collected by 10% in 3 years by increasing professionals and households awareness on waste prevention. This project aims at reducing the amount and the toxicity of waste production by acting on the design stage and encouraging sustainable consumption.

It also have qualitative objectives:

-       Design a real dynamic between institutional,  economical and associative actors;

-       Implant a sustainable consumption culture t...

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The European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) is a 3-year project supported by the LIFE+ Program of the European Commission organised from 2009 still ongoing. Each year the Week took place across Europe at the end of November.

The idea of the European Week for Waste Reduction is to promote waste reduction during a whole week by coordinating awareness-raising actions organised by a variety of actors (administrations/public authorities, associations/NGOs, businesses/industry, educational establish...

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10/05/2012 - West London Waste Authority (WLWA) is preparing its first ever Let's Get Cooking club to teach people how they can reduce food waste. As part of a campaign to get people cooking in a more sustainable way, a total of 20 different clubs will be rolled out over a 12-month period and will cover all six partner boroughs - Richmond upon Thames, Hounslow, Hillingdon, Harrow, Ealing and Brent.

Led by the School Food Trust, the Let's Get Cooking pr...

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