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  • New lease of life for old electricals this Christmas

    Dec 08, 2008
    Local authorities in north London have joined forces with high street giants including Currys, TK Maxx and Orange, to make it easier for people to recycle old electrical goods.

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  • Hundreds of residents pledge to cut their food waste

    Dec 01, 2008
    Residents from across north London have pledged to cut their food waste as part of a European waste reduction initiative.

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  • Authority commits to action on climate change

    Nov 24, 2008
    The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has made a commitment to help address climate change by officially signing the 'Nottingham Declaration'.

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  • Flagship waste project approved

    Oct 29, 2008
    Plans to revolutionise the way in which waste in north London is managed have been approved by the North London Waste Authority (NLWA) this week (29th Oct).

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  • A future without incineration

    Oct 15, 2008
    The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has today announced plans which would see a move away from traditional incineration and landfill in favour of a more sustainable approach to managing waste in the area.

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  • North London residents cut their waste in half

    Oct 15, 2008
    Over 1,000 residents, schools and businesses cut their waste by up to 50 per cent as part of a week long waste prevention initiative designed to lower north London's carbon footprint.

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  • Eco models launch London's first ever Watch Your Waste Week

    Oct 03, 2008
    A brand new initiative designed to reduce London’s carbon footprint by diverting thousands of tonnes of rubbish away from landfill sites was launched in north London last night (2nd October).

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