Come along to Acton Market for the Acton Reduce and Recycle hub on the first Saturday of the month and find out how you can reduce, recycle and repair more.
Acton market is running a Community Day on Thursday 24 August from 10 am- 3 pm. The market is teaming up with Action West London, Acton Reduce and Recycle hub and the Met Police to host a community event on the Mount in Acton, by Morrisons. On the day you will be able to: Reduce,... Continue Reading →
Enter the Cultivating Ealing 2023 Ealing Allotments competition. This is a unique opportunity for local allotment owners to be rewarded for their creative skills and passion for gardening.
Re-Made in Park Royal is a new material exchange hub, connecting artists and makers with waste and surplus materials from local industries.
Reduce, Reuse and Recycle is what we all need to do for the planet and can save some money doing it. Sharpening kitchen and garden tools used to be common but it's not something we think to do these days. Luckily for us in the Acton and Ealing area we have Renew Sharpening which can... Continue Reading →
Come along to Ealing Repair cafe meet ups for help, chat and advice to help you fix your clothes mending pile.
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 →
Laptop on its last legs? Tablet playing tricks? Don’t chuck it - FixIt! 70% of discarded laptops are reusable and need only basic repairs. Brent Fixing Factory is open to fix laptops and tablets which would otherwise end up as electronic waste. Situated in the heart of Abbey Road Household Reuse and Recycling Centre, laptops... Continue Reading →
Donate clothes you once loved to Traid collection. Ealing Council has partnered with TRAID and West London Waste to make it easier and quicker to recycle textiles and electrical waste. TRAID will collect from your property for free: ClothesPaired shoes - tie pairs of shoes togetherBags, belts and other accessoriesBric a bracLinen - eg sheets,... Continue Reading →
Last year the Litter Action Group for Ealing Residents (LAGER Can) removed an estimated 270 tonnes of waste from the borough’s open spaces. Sadly, much of the waste they collected could have been reused or recycled. LAGER Can’s 2,000 members share a passion for the environment and, like many who have been influenced by stories... Continue Reading →