Zero Waste Week
The Zero Waste week was founded in 2008 and is a National UK campaign to demonstrate means and method to reduce waste, foster community support and bring awareness to the increasing problem of environmental waste and pollution.
The aim of the campaign is to help households, businesses, schools and community groups increase recycling, reduce landfill waste and participate in the circular economy.
Head to the Zero Waste Week website for more information and resources on how to get involved.
Our Waste and Resource Management Planning Group is exploring how the waste sector in the North East can play it’s part in achieving net zero, figuring out how we can work collaboratively to achieve greater and speedier change.
Find out more about our Waste group here – Waste and Resource Management – NEECCo