Zero Waste Scotland today welcomed the launch of a bold new food waste reduction target as part of the Scottish Government’s new Circular Economy Strategy: Making Things Last. EU Environment Commissioner Karmenu Vella joined Environment Secretary Richard Lochhead to announce the launch of the strategy during a visit to the circular-model textiles enterprise Kalopsia...

Drinks can recycling programme, Every Can Counts, has revealed that over 5,000 new recycling points have been set up across 1,000 UK workplaces, in response...

Scottish businesses can benefit from new funding opportunities launched today (Thursday 20 May) to help them maximise their time, money and expertise and...

Scotland’s resources sector is being inspired to achieve excellence in health and safety, as today (Wednesday 10th June 2015) Zero Waste Scotland visited...

A new partnership project between Zero Waste Scotland and The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce (RSA) is calling...

On the first anniversary of the introduction of the Waste (Scotland) Regulations, Zero Waste Scotland is urging businesses to ensure they are compliant in separating key materials for recycling. Today also marks one year to go until the requirement to recycle food waste also includes any business which produces more than 5kg of food waste a week – on 1 January 2016 –...

Resource Efficient Scotland, a programme of Scottish Government funded Zero Waste Scotland, has launched a free package of support to help Scottish organisations...

Free Lunch as part of European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR). Fairlie, whose Gleneagles restaurant is famed for its focus on sustainability, led the...

Leading sustainable fashion designer Orsola de Castro took a break from designing dresses to wear to the Oscars to call on Scottish designers to take a...

The benefits of signing up to Scotland’s Resource Sector Commitment were underpinned by Zero Waste Scotland today (28 October 2014), as the organisation...