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Zero Waste North West London

Reducing the amount of domestic waste we produce is an efficient way to:

- protect the environment;

- protect your health;

- save money. 

Join this group if you are interested in sharing tips with North West London residents about where to shop zero waste and homemade alternatives to industrial products (cleaning products, beauty products etc.). 

Website: http://www.zerowastelondon.com
Members: 6
Latest Activity: Oct 15

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Comment by Marie W on October 15, 2018 at 12:53

Good afternoon, is this group still active ? i would be interested in knowing if you have found any local shops to buy in bulks for instance. and any other tips you have to reduce your waste. I am early in my reducing-waste process but definitely super keen ! Thank you. Marie

Comment by Amandine Alexandre-Hughes on April 26, 2018 at 14:00

Good afternoon, 

We are a small number of people here but I don't need to tell you that the interest in plastic reduction has increased very significantly in the UK since the end of last year. 

I'm interested in finding out what each of you is doing at the moment to reduce their waste production and challenges you've encountered. 

It's Real Nappy week until Saturday 29th April. On this occasion I've written a post on my blog

Looking forward to hearing back from you,

Amandine

Comment by Amandine Alexandre-Hughes on September 13, 2017 at 10:23

Good morning,

You can get organic milk delivered in glass bottles in NW10.

Parker dairies (www.parkerdairies.co.uk) delivers to the area - although their website only mentions East London and the West End.

I've been a customer since last week. I'm so glad that I don't have to buy milk in plastic bottles anymore!

Comment by Amandine Alexandre-Hughes on September 6, 2017 at 9:41

Baby clothes swap!

We’ve been approached by a local parent who’s interested in setting up a baby and children’s clothes swap (up to age 7).

If you have ideas about this or would like to help email  Michael.stuart6@gmail.com.

Comment by Amandine Alexandre-Hughes on April 7, 2017 at 12:35

West London Waste holds an event at Kilburn Library on Thursday 20th April (between 10am and 1pm).

The event will focus on reducing food waste and using cloth nappies.  West London Waste has six free nappy packs to lend to west London parents for a three week period.

To find out more about the event click here.

 

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