What’s in London’s Household Residual waste
The ResourceRecovery Strategy project started in March 2017. Its mandate is to look for ways to reduce waste in London. Whether that is by reducing personal waste via composting, buying less, reusing items, or via other means, is one strategy. In fact, the Environment Minister Chris Ballard announced earlier this month that they are considering a ban on dumping organic waste into household waste. Are you prepared for that? Do you have other suggestions?
This is where you step in.
Garbage is everyone’s concern. We all produce it, but all share a role in how we can also reduce it. On Wednesday, November 29th, an Open House will be held at Horton Street Goodwill from 2-4 pm and 5-8 pm. London is looking for your input in our future waste disposal. Whether you have a suggestion, a question, or are just curious about what people are saying, it is an excellent opportunity to learn more about London’s waste recovery strategy.
Maybe they should hire Load of Rubbish? Between our donation and recycling strategies, there is almost nothing left that goes landfill. Time to talk garbage people. What do you suggest?