|Topic:||12 waste free days of Christmas|
|Posted by:||Philippa Bond|
It was good to see when reading a recent Waste Strategy from another borough that included within it was that they would put pressure on national government to reduce the amount of packaging on goods.
We are buying what we are throwing away and we need to buy less of that if we don't want to have to deal with so much waste. So the pressure needs to be constant to ensure that changes, improvements and reductions in packaging continue - and there have been some great innovations.
WE also need as consumers to learn about volume and reducing that volume! You wouldn't pack an inflated lilo into your suitcase to go on holiday - you'd flatten it...
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|12 waste free days of Christmas||22/12/14 09:19:00||Philippa Bond|
|Re:12 waste free days of Christmas||22/12/14 09:31:00||Rob Reynolds|
|Re:Re:12 waste free days of Christmas||22/12/14 09:53:00||Rima Jones|
|Re:Re:Re:12 waste free days of Christmas||22/12/14 20:54:00||Maggie Dodge|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:12 waste free days of Christmas||23/12/14 08:14:00||Rima Jones|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Re:12 waste free days of Christmas||23/12/14 12:05:00||Rima Jones|
|Re:Shredded paper||23/12/14 12:23:00||Micki Hawkes|
|Re:Re:Shredded paper||23/12/14 12:30:00||Carl Wynne|
|Re:Re:Re:Shredded paper||23/12/14 12:33:00||Micki Hawkes|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:Shredded paper||23/12/14 17:21:00||Susan Jennifer Thackray|