Free webinar on Increasing Recycling from Flats with metroSTOR
Getting people who live in flats to recycle is notoriously difficult for a multitude of reasons, including lack of space within flats, higher levels of deprivation and transience and poor access to communal recycling facilities. However, there’s been some great work done on this issue recently by ReLondon, achieving a 152% increase in recycling across four estates in Lambeth with a selection of relatively simple interventions.
Flats represent 80% of households in some areas so the environmental impact is huge, but something that’s often not appreciated is that people failing to recycle put more pressure on the refuse capacity, leading to overflowing and contaminated bins and fly-tipping. So the project is really essential learning for anyone involved in the management of flats and recycling, and we’re delighted to present a 1hr webinar with Liz Horsfield, ReLondon Strategic Advisor at 11am on 22nd February so that you can hear about it first-hand.
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