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24 March 2020                                                                   EWWR Bulletin #12

The EWWR has moved online

Our trusted collaborators – our coordinators, volunteers, participants, and supporters – are the heart and soul of the European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR). In fact, the EWWR is the coming together of passionate, hard-working people fighting for a world with less waste. But in times like these, we must do our part to ensure that Covid-19 is contained. We, like many others, must engage in social distancing. Therefore, we have moved our activity online for the time being.

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Handling waste in the time of Covid-19

Your local waste management company may have changed the rules for waste disposal and collection during this time. Please check their website for more information. You can find a compilation of such waste management practices from around Europe on the ACR+ website, which serves as the Secretariat for the EWWR. As usual, prevention remains the best mantra when it comes to waste. So prevent away!

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Ideas for indoor activities related to waste prevention

Now that we’re all spending a lot of time indoors, you may find that you have time for activities that you rarely made time for before. Below are some creative ways to reuse and upcycle items in order to prevent waste. We encourage you to involve your entire family. It’s never too early to learn about waste prevention!

20 EASY RECYCLED PROJECTS FOR KIDS

BEST OUT OF WASTE - ECO DIYS - UPCYCLING IDEAS & PROJECTS

35 WAYS TO UPCYCLE EVERYTHING AROUND YOU 

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