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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The London Assembly’s Environment Committee has launched an investigation into London’s waste generation, handling and disposal, with an aim of reducing waste and promoting the city’s move towards a circular economy. London generates a huge amount of waste – in … Continue reading →
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The London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB) has launched its route map to accelerate London’s transition to become a circular city. London is growing fast: with the capital’s population predicted to reach over 11 million by 2050, a more flexible … Continue reading →
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The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has outlined his vision for London to become the world’s leading Smart City – with digital technology and data at the heart of making the capital an “even better place to live, work and invest”. … Continue reading →
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“Tidy Litterers” – those that place their litter on walls, down storm drains or carefully leave litter next to full bins – are the target of a new campaign #FFSLDN to help stem the flow of litter into the River … Continue reading →
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Advance London, a new EU-funded programme to help London’s smaller businesses “go circular” and become more resource efficient, is launched at London’s Living Room in City Hall. The programme, established by The London Waste and Recycling Board (LWARB) in January, … Continue reading →
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