We promote low carbon waste management in Winchester District by encouraging waste reduction, reuse and recycling in order to reduce the district’s greenhouse gas emissions. Our focus is on:

  1. Promoting sustainable waste management within the Winchester District and increase awareness of the current facilities.
  2. Influencing national policy on the issue of food waste collections. 
  3. Raising awareness of the environmental damage of waste and promoting the waste hierarchy “Prevent, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover and Dispose as a last resort”.

If you are passionate about waste reduction and want to be part of a growing movement of local people, contact us on waste@winacc.org.uk

News

Book onto a free workshop at John Lewis to learn how to repair your clothes

The Grocer's Waste Not Want Not campaign is gaining support.  It aims to double the amount of surplus food that's sent to charities. This overstocked or past best before/sell by date food would otherwise go to waste.

On the 2 April, WinACC's Waste Action Group laid out the arguments for why food waste is a major contributor to climate change and why food waste collections should be offered to all households in the UK.

Excessive consumption wastes resources and adds to climate change. Everybody is welcome to join this action group. Contact susie.phillips@winacc.org.uk

Events

June 2017

The Waste action group aims to promote the ethos of Prevent, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Recover and Dispose.

July 2017

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November 2017

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December 2017

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Parent topic

WinACC's Waste Action Group

Presentation from a workshop with tips about reducing food waste and getting the most out of the food we buy.