Food Waste Prevention Stall, Sustainability Awareness Day and Zero Waste Challenge, Hackney Town Hall Square , 17/11/18
Hackney Town Hall Square, Mare Street, London, E8 1EA
17 November 2018 10:00 - 16:00
About Sustainability Awareness Day and Zero Waste Challenge (run by Hackney Council):
The aim of the Sustainability Awareness Day is to showcase and introduce all the services and support offered to residents in Hackney to help the community live more sustainable. The event is a plastic free and the aim is to raise awareness of the issues caused by using plastics and inspire action to reduce consumption. There will be several zero waste stalls selling items that enable a plastic free and a zero waste lifestyle to residents. As part of the day they will promote the Refill London campaign and encourage residents to sign to the second Zero Waste Hackney Challenge (people signing on the day will receive a reusable bottle). We are asking our residents and businesses to join the Zero Waste movement against waste and make as close to no waste as possible - please visit www.hackney.gov.uk/zero-waste or more information and to enter the challenge
About Food Waste Prevention Stall by NLWA:
Let us help you to perfect your portions of rice, porridge and spaghetti. Get it right first time to help you waste less food and save more money!
Come along and speak to one of our Waste Prevention Officers who can advise you on a range of top food saving tips as well as learning the best way to store your groceries to ensure they keep fresh for as long as possible and to have all your questions answered about freezing and defrosting! Make sure you pick up your free portioning tools too!