Local authority officers know better than anyone that plastic is a big concern for many residents. Those same residents want explanations to be simpler and clearer. North London Waste Authority (NLWA) is leading the way on supporting local authority officers to tackle this issue; the UK’s second largest waste disposal authority is launching a range of innovative knowledge-sharing opportunities to help council officers give residents confidence in their local services and empower consumers to make better choices.
Save a Crust workshops launched to help households make the most of their loaves
Across London, 254 million bread crusts are likely to be binned each year as one in four people say they overlook the end slices of loaves. That’s the equivalent of just under 13 million loaves of bread – or over £13 million1 – being thrown away in crusts alone. On average, a household that avoids crusts throws away the equivalent of one and a quarter full loaves of bread a year, according to new research2 released today by North London Waste Authority (NLWA).
Today (22 January 2019) marks the start of construction for the North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP) in Edmonton. North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has entered into a contract with Buckingham Group Contracting Limited who will prepare the site in advance of construction of a replacement Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) for the existing Energy from Waste (EfW) facility.