Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Stop Food Waste Challenge

The Stop Food Waste Challenge is a free 4-week programme to help householders to identify the food that they waste and the reasons why. 

Changing how we plan, shop, store, cook and serve our food can save us hundreds of euros per year as well as having a huge environmental benefit.

Stop Food Waste www.stopfoodwaste.ie is interested in working with community groups and local authorities who wish to organise a Challenge for a group of 12-15 householders who will commit to attending a 1-1.5 hour weekly session for 4 consecutive weeks. 

Participants must also be willing to be contacted by the facilitator between meetings and to do certain tasks at home relating to recording their own food waste and practising new ways of dealing with their food shopping and management.

If a group is interested in running this fun and interesting course they can contact Donal O' Leary of the Stop Food Waste team at 0877409304 or mastercomposterireland@gmail.com

The Stop Food Waste Challenge may be of interest to Local Development Companies or to Tidy Towns groups who wish to promote Sustainable Waste and Resource Management in their community.

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