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Zero Waste Scotland
Helping Scotland create a more & realise the economic, environmental & social benefits of using resources sustainably. & funded.
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 15
Let's stop in its tracks. We’re working with to support Clyde Valley organisations in their to prevent marine litter from land based sources.
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Iain Gulland Feb 15
Great to team up with on joint ambition to change the way we design and build in Scotland
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A Wee Pinch of Sugar Feb 14
Are you loving your this Valentine’s Day. That’s what Scottish comedian & Love Island Star, Iain Stirling is encouraging in ‘Good to Go’ campaign.
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 14
Are you a microbrewery or micro distillery confused by your environmental obligations? Are you aware that improving your environmental performance can save you money? Then come along to the free workshop on the 20th March 2019! Register here:️
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Tanya Lewis Feb 13
Sharing the missing links on Marie Kondo, to rethink the impact this has on the planet
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 13
We’re looking for local authorities, businesses and organisations to get involved in . This is how you can join
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 13
The team is dishing out advice on reducing as part of Glasgow Goes Green Festival. We'll be at the Glasgow University Union until 5pm today.
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 13
We've teamed up with to encourage people to love their leftovers. It's time to tackle the stigma of asking for your leftovers to go
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 13
It’s nearly time for . This year we’re asking businesses to get involved in – find out how to take part
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 12
£53m is spent tackling and in Scotland each year. We support ’s to help you keep your area beautiful:
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 12
The team have launched a campaign with comedian encouraging diners to save on restaurant plate waste by asking for a doggy bag through the Good to Go scheme.
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 12
Previous winners are encouraged to apply for the special "Best of VIBES" 20th Anniversary Award. Deadline 1st March.
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The List Feb 11
Is your restaurant Good to Go? offer free support to help reduce food waste and cut costs. Yum.
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 8
Help us to keep Scotland beautiful by supporting ’s – learn how you can organise and join your local here:
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 7
We are looking for an experienced and highly motivated project manager to work within our team!
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 7
Full house at event. All stages of the supply chain represented. Many evidencing the huge opportunity insect farming presents Scotland
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 7
Work with us to maximise the potential of our campaigns. Closing date 15 February
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 7
Scotland is well positioned to be a global leader in the insect farming sector, thanks to its huge salmon farming industry, and major agricultural and food and drink sectors
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 7
Insect farming is already happening, with investment in new plants happening all over the world
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Zero Waste Scotland Feb 7
event is underway. Discussing insect farming as a circular economy solution, turning wasted food into high value, low carbon protein and other products
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