Mar 17 2015

Cotwolds Food Waste Disposer Survey – March 2015

Cotwolds Food Waste Disposer Survey - March 2015

If you have received a hard copy of the food waste disposer survey and would prefer to fill it out online, then please click on the link below.  All entries from Victory Fields will be entered into a prize draw for a £50 John Lewis Partnerships voucher.  The closing date for entries is Tuesday 31st.

Mar 5 2015

Shrewsbury Food Waste Disposer Survey March 2015

Shrewsbury Food Waste Disposer Survey March 2015

If you have received a hard copy of the survey into your food waste disposer and would prefer to fill it out online, please click on the link below. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ShrewsburyFWD The deadline for completing the survey for householders in Riverside Meadow was 25th March 2015. The deadline for completing the survey for householders in Abbey.

Aug 30 2013

Food Waste Disposer Event

A food waste disposer under a kitchen sink

Low and Behold is running an event on Monday 2nd September from 3pm till 7.30pm at the Riverside Meadows Development in Shrewsbury.  The event is aimed at residents of this development and our neighbouring site at Anchorage Wharf, along with other interested parties from Shropshire County Council. Staff from Low and Behold, Insinkerator and the.

Apr 18 2013

Fast FWD – food waste disposer research results

Fast FWD - food waste disposer research results

“Waste management (including both collection and disposal) is the fourth largest area of council spend at £7 billion a year. As a valued universal service affecting all households, it is perhaps the most visible and well understood of all the services that councils provide. This makes the effective management of waste services absolutely critical.” So.

Mar 7 2013

The Impacts of Food Waste Disposers

A food waste disposer under a kitchen sink

Low and Behold has been working for the Local Government Association since November 2011 as part of the Productivity Programme. “Waste management is one of the four highest spend areas for local government. Volumes of waste appear in recent years to be stabilising, but the unit cost of waste collection is increasing and a combination.