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- Alloa Community Enterprises (ACE)
Alloa Community Enterprises (ACE) supports communities by working in partnership with Local Authorities and business to achieve their recycling targets ahead of 2020 by investing in our operations and their communities.
- Business Recycling Waste directory
Provides information and tools to help you manage your business waste.
- Clean Up Scotland
Clean Up Scotland aims to empower clean-ups to clear Scotland of litter and mess in time for hosting major events such as the Commonwealth Games and the Ryder Cup in 2014, and to gradually encourage zero tolerance toward the dumping of litter and mess.
- Code of Practice on Litter and Refuse (Scotland)2006
This website is a good practice guide, which forms Part III of the Code of Practice on Litter and Refuse (Scotland) 2006.
- Dumb Dumpers
"Dumb Dumpers" is an anti-flytipping campaign is run by Keep Scotland Beautiful and aims to manage illegal fly-tipping.
This site offers UK businesses free, independent, confidential advice and support on practical ways to increase profits, minimise waste and reduce environmental impact.
The Freecycle Network™ is made up of many individual groups across the world. It's a grassroots movement of people who are giving and getting stuff (big or small - anything from a pack of pencils to a washing machine) for free. FreecycleClacks is run by local volunteer moderators.
Anyone living or working in the Clackmannanshire area can join. Membership is free.
- Good Green Fun
Not For profit organisation based in the Forth valley accepting good quality childrens goods for resale. All profits go to local charities.
Provides free environmental guidance for small businesses in the UK. Help is given to understand what is needed to comply with environmental legislation and protect the environment.
- Recycle Now
Information and advice on recycling.
- Recycle Now schools pages
Information and advice to help schools recycle
Recycling tips in four easy steps!
- SEPA National Waste Plan
Sets out a framework within which Scotland can reduce the amount of waste it produces and deal with the waste that is produced in a more sustainable way. It covers all household, commercial and industrial waste.
- Sort It
Information on how to reduce, reuse and recycle your waste.
- The Recycling Appeal
lists charity appeals for ink cartridges and mobile phones
- Waste Aware Business
Access everything you need to start recycling in your business. Any business based in Scotland can use the Business Recycling Directory to find services for waste reuse and recycling. Create your own posters to raise awareness of waste and recycling among staff and visitors. You can also find practical ways that your business can Reduce, Reuse and Recycle, to help you improve efficiency and save money.
- Waste Aware Construction
Access all the information you need about the UK's national colour coding scheme for the segregation of Construction and Demolition waste on-site. Create your own signage to encourage staff to separate waste for recycling. You can also find practical ways that your construction company can Reduce, Reuse and Recycle, to help you improve efficiency and save money.
- Waste Aware Love Food
Meet and get tips from our food waste champions, who are supporting the Love Food Hate Waste campaign in each of the four key areas - planning and preparation, storing food, recipe ideas and portioning. Find practical things that you can do to avoid food waste, including tips and recipes from some of Scotland's tops chefs and food writers.
- Waste Aware Schools
Enter the Pupil Zone to find out how you can Reduce, Reuse and Recycle your waste at school, and how this helps our environment. Choose your own Waste Aware Posters to print and display around your school. Find lots of fun waste facts and ideas to get creative. Visit the Staff Section and access everything you need to start recycling in your school. Any school in Scotland can use the Recycling Directory to find services for waste reuse and recycling.
- Waste Aware Scotland
A national campaigning programme. Through Waste Aware Scotland we hope to change public attitudes and behaviour towards waste.
- Waste Aware Unwanted Mail
Our goal is to reduce the amount of unwanted mail delivered to Scottish householders by 10 per cent by 2010. If you would like to reduce the amount of unwanted mail you receive and benefit the environment, follow the five easy ways to do it. You can also pass the message on to your friends by forwarding the Reduce Unwanted Mail campaign email.
Wasteconnect is a comprehensive reference for recycling points throughout the country.
- Work Back Refurbished Office Furniture
Funded by Zero Waste Scotland, a not for profit organisation that diverts office furniture from landfill, refurbishes it for sale back to local enterprises.
- Zero Waste Scotland
Working with businesses, communities, individuals and local authorities to help them reduce waste, recycle more and use resources sustainably.
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