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  • Community food waste workshops the perfect recipe for beating the credit crunch

    Sep 21, 2009
    Want to save money on the weekly food bill? Need to know just how much pasta to put with the pesto? Looking for the inspiration to turn lacklustre leftovers into another delicious dish?

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  • Bin-slimming north London gets national recognition

    Sep 07, 2009
    The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has received national recognition for its work to reduce waste after being chosen as a finalist in the waste minimisation category at the National Recycling Awards.

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  • NLWA awards two MRF contracts

    Sep 01, 2009
    The North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has awarded two Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) contracts to Greenstar UK and Bywaters (Leyton) Ltd which could save the Authority approximately £760,000 per year whilst delivering expanded recycling collections.

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  • Leftover lunch to launch Love Food Hate Waste

    Sep 01, 2009
    Photo opportunity for the launch of north London's Love Food Hate Waste campaign. The event will include people preparing and enjoying free meals made from leftover food.

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  • NLWA takes Love Food Hate Waste to the shops

    Aug 24, 2009
    A series of roadshows tackling portion sizes, leftovers and best before dates are being launched across north London in a bid to reduce food waste.

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  • Calling all food lovers, can you cook up a winner?

    Aug 11, 2009
    Food lovers everywhere are being called upon to boil, mash, stew and fry as part of a cookery competition launched today to banish food waste and give leftovers a new lease of life.

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  • Recycle Now helps north London families spring clean their 'e-clutter'

    Mar 17, 2009
    Ahead of the official start of Spring on 21 March, Recycle Now has teamed up with clutter expert Beverly Wade to launch the 'Don't bin it, bring it' campaign.

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  • Residents urged to continue recycling

    Feb 02, 2009
    Residents and businesses in north London are being urged to continue recycling as much waste as possible despite national media reports about problems with selling recyclable materials.

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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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