Friday, 11 November 2011

Friday 18 November: 'Bowes and Bounds Connected': Feeding of the 5000

Link to web site

"Feeding the 5000 will show how easy it is to reduce the unimaginable levels of food waste in the UK and internationally. And how governments, businesses and individuals can help."

As promoted on 'Bowes and Bounds Connected'.

Further commentary on

"A press release from Enfield Council this week underlines the importance of understanding re-cycling. In it's rather jokey message the Council identify some of the more unsavory items which people have incorrectly attempted to re-cycle - but do any of us really know exactly which bit of plastic packaging can be recyled and which goes into the black sack? 

"At the core of the message is the desire to move from a level of 34% recycling to 47% . A significant shift but the national average is at 41%. Locally, Barnet is recycling 33% and Haringey is a far poorer performer, only reaching 25% of its total refuse being recycled."

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