A national survey carried out last year showed that even though the numbers on waiting lists has dropped slightly, there is still a high demand for allotments and there seems to have been little increase in supply of local allotments.
Scaling back councils’ powers to take action against residents that repeatedly overfill their bins and contaminate recyclable materials could undermine their function as a deterrent, the Local Government Association (LGA) has warned. … Continue reading
Are you interested in composting and growing your own? Saving money, being involved with community activities and eating really good food?
Our discounted School Waste Audit ‘Special offer‘ has been extended to the end of Feb. … Continue reading
A national survey carried out last year showed that even though the numbers on waiting lists has dropped slightly, there is still a high demand for allotments.
CWA have just established a new compost demonstration site at Chyan Community Field, near Penryn, as part of a county-wide initiative to promote home composting. … Continue reading
CWA are regularly sent photos of unsustainable behavior by concerned members of the public, illustrating how some members of our community have a lack of regard for the environment. … Continue reading
Lady Mary Holborow, the former Lord Lieutenant of Cornwall, has been named as the new chair of Clean Cornwall, a group aiming to cut litter in our communities. … Continue reading
Communities secretary Eric Pickles’ campaign to re-install weekly bin collections has been dealt a further blow…
Hope you enjoyed the holiday period and had a ‘waste less’ Christmas and lets make this New Year more sustainable! From everyone @ Cornwall Waste Action … Continue reading