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Do you have zero waste ambitions? Then take the first step now with your own #ZeroWasteChallenge at the workplace! With the help of our handy starter kit, you can get started immediately. Start now with organizing a #ZeroWasteChallenge for your company. By avoiding waste, you and your colleagues will discover new solutions and contribute to awareness and sustainable ambitions in the field of waste.
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In addition to a starter kit, we also offer a handy Zero Waste Workshop. During this workshop, you and your colleagues will delve into your company's waste streams. You'll get more information about the waste streams and their processing methods. You will also start working on devising innovative solutions to reduce these. We start by measuring your waste production and bring all the necessary tools for a proper measurement. This way, you're well prepared for the #ZeroWasteChallenge.
How do you prepare for the #ZeroWasteChallenge? And what steps do you need to take to successfully complete the challenge? You can find all the information in our handy starter kit. Download it now!
Stay informed about the latest developments around the #ZeroWasteChallenge. Here we regularly share updates, practical tips, and solutions to reduce and prevent waste.
During the #zerowastechallenge that we did at Milgro, we ended each day with a weighing session and a Waste Lab. We literally dive into our trash cans, with gloves on. Take a look with us...Lees meer
It's almost time for the Friday afternoon drinks. But what to do with the leftover cans? To reduce litter, a deposit has recently been introduced on cans. In this blog, you will read about the challenges in reducing cans and the proposed solutions.Lees meer
Yesterday, the fourth waste lab took place, in which we focused on the amount of coffee grounds. We saw that coffee grounds are one of our major waste streams. To tackle this problem, we have come up with the following solution: growing oyster mushrooms.Lees meer
Coffee is enjoyed daily by millions of people around the world. But what happens to the remnants of that delicious cup of coffee? Coffee grounds, the byproduct produced after brewing coffee, are often overlooked and considered waste. However, coffee grounds have a lot of potential. In this blog, we delve deeper into the challenges involved in reducing coffee grounds.Lees meer