Thursday, 10 March 2011

LWARB: "£3.7million boost to make it easier for flats’ residents to recycle." WELL DONE, ENFIELD

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"The London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB) has today (Wednesday 9 March) announced that 294,000 flats will get improved recycling services thanks to grants from LWARB totalling £3.7million.

"Enfield will use [its share of] the funding to roll out a food waste collection service to 9,000 flats. This will include the installation of food waste bins as well as providing residents with liners and caddies to store and carry food to the onsite facilities."

[This is a Phase Two list of borough receiving payouts, making now 26 out of the 32 London boroughs. Barnet and Haringey have never been awarded anything!]

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Food Waste 

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