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November 2016

It’s important to understand what can and cannot be recycled to ensure that any food waste you do have can be recycled efficiently. Below is an example of some items that can and cannot be recycled. However, be sure to check with you local authority...

Every year in Scotland, there is 600,000 tonnes of food and drink waste. It represents nearly a third of household waste in Scotland and the water footprint of avoidable waste is nearly 6% of Scottish water requirements. This costs the average household £460 a year: that's...

Alarming figures showing the rise of food banks in recent years highlight the underlying issue of hunger and poverty within our society. The Trussell Trust, an organisation that runs emergency food banks across the UK stated earlier this year that ‘1,109,309 three day emergency food supplies...