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Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee (LARAC)
Knighton, Powys, Wales
LARAC was formed in 1985 to represent the emerging voice of local government recycling officers. Full Membership is open to any local authority within the UK. We represent local authority views in waste and recycling issues...
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London Re-Use Network
Hackney, London, England
The London Re-use Network is made up of charities, social enterprises, and non-profit organisations who work together to increase re-use across London...
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National Community Wood Recycling Project
Brighton, United Kingdom
The NCWRP was founded in 2003 to encourage and assist the setting up and continued development of community-focused wood recycling projects based on the award-winning Brighton & Hove Wood Recycling Project...
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Recolight Community Bulb Recycling Alliance (CoBRA scheme)
Croydon, United Kingdom
Join the Recolight CoBRA scheme to make it easier for people in your community to recycle their end-of life low-energy light bulbs...
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Save the World Club
Kingston upon Thames, Kingston upon Thames, England
A local non-profit organisation working with children and adults in the local community to raise awareness and respect for the local environment and waste issues through art and creativity...
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Waste Watch
Hackney, London, England
Waste Watch campaigns for all areas of society to reduce, reuse and recycle, through projects and services in education, policy, research, information and communication. Waste Watch also provides communications and environmental consultancy services, alongside innovative education schemes...
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Banbury, Oxfordshire, England
WRAP’s vision is a world where resources are used sustainably. Its work helps people recycle more and waste less, both at home and at work, and offers economic as well as environmental benefits...
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