Reduce and Recycle Hub in Acton

Our Hub returns to MarketW3 on Saturday 4th February in Acton with lots of great organisations and businesses helping us to reduce, reuse and recycle and promote the circular economy.  As well as all our great regular traders and ethnic food stalls.

Re-Made in Park Royal crowdfunder

Loom needs your support to crowdfund for Re-made materials exchange hub for Park Royal. Re-Made in Park Royal will connect artists and makers with waste and surplus materials from local industries, film studios and construction projects. Park Royal is a unique part of London - a large and busy industrial estate home to many varied... Continue Reading →

London Repair Directory

Do you have any electrical items that are broken? Or not working as well as it used to? Use the London Repairs Directory to find the nearest business to repair your broken electrical devices. The Repair Directory lists recommended reliable repair businesses of electrical and electronic products across London. Great repair business not listed? The... Continue Reading →

Restore Remakers Club

Restore in Acton has launched the Re'makers Club in January with a variety of upcycling and circular economy workshops running throughout the month. For the whole of January Restore will be a workspace for remake, repair workshops and drop in days for creatives to come together. Go to their Restore website for a full list... Continue Reading →

12 days of Sustainable Christmas

MarketW3 in Acton has put together 12 things you can do to have a sustainable Christmas and New Year. All of the tips are from organisations and businesses that have come along to their Reduce and Recycle Hub which runs on the first Saturday of the month and will be back on 4th February at... Continue Reading →

Recycling in Ealing

Wonder what goes in what bin in Ealing, ActforEaling has the answers. If you’ve ever been frustrated about recycling, you are not alone. Many of us struggle to understand the confusing symbols on packaging. Who hasn’t held up a plastic wrapper asking ‘can it be recycled’? Act For Ealing’s has been part of the Acton... Continue Reading →

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