The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has pledged to increase London’s recycling rate from 33% to 42% and to send zero biodegradable or recyclable waste to landfill by 2030, following the publication of a report in the city’s waste. The London … Continue reading →
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Today (26 February) Starbucks has launched a pioneering 5p coffee cup charge trial in 35 stores across the city, west end, and west London, to evaluate whether customers will reduce their use of single-use paper cups. The proceeds from the … Continue reading →
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Two million tonnes of London’s waste was sent to energy from waste (EfW) facilities last year – more than doubling in the last decade, according to a new report published by the London Assembly Environment Committee. The London Assembly Environment Committee … Continue reading →
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The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has announced a further £6m injection of funding for protecting the environment and improving green space in the capital – it will deliver the further roll-out of new public water fountains, on top of the initial 20 the … Continue reading →
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Resource London and Peabody have announced a new partnership to examine barriers to recycling in purpose-built flats in dense urban areas and identify solutions to improve recycling rates in the capital. Purpose-built flats make up 37% of London’s residential accommodation – … Continue reading →
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In The London Assembly Environment Committee’s latest report, “Waste: Household recycling”, which was released yesterday, it was reported that there will need to be a 40 per cent increase in recycling in flats if the Mayor’s recycling target is to be met by 2030. … Continue reading →
London’s waste could be reduced by as much as 60% if it adopts a circular economy model for its waste, a new report by the London Assembly Environment Committee has found. Its report, “Waste: The Circular Economy”, examines how a … Continue reading →
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The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan today (11 August) launched plans to help make London a zero waste city. The Environment Plan consults on a number of waste targets and standards, including aiming for no biodegradable or recyclable waste to … Continue reading →
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