Islington residents living in flats above shops along the Holloway Road can now recycle their food scraps in a three-month trial, run by Islington Council in partnership with ACR+ member North London Waste Authority (NLWA). The aim of the project is to see if a food waste recycling service could be offered to residents who live in flats above shops in Islington and other boroughs, around 9,000 households in Islington alone. Council and NLWA officers are visiting homes in the Holloway Road to let them know about the service and to give out kitchen caddies and liners to allow residents to collect their food scraps.




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