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London Borough of Newham

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…, accepting a wider range of materials for recycling. Weekly recycling will be rolled out across the borough later in 2021. Our “one bin no waste approach” also aims to reduce fly tipping in the borough. Previously around 100 housing blocks in Newham didn’t have the facilities to recycle. We have now provided all of these blocks with new user friendly recycle bins, accompanied by resident…

… engagement to inform what can and cannot be recycled. We will also expand the range of materials that can be put in the recycling bins from this year. These will add aerosols, plastic pots, tubs and trays and glass making it easier for people to increase the amount of items they recycle. Our anti-fly tipping work has accelerated, in collaboration with Keep Britain Tidy, as we recognise that our…

… and increasing re-use and recycling. We will also be promoting circular economy initiatives and work with local reuse and repair organisations. Our aspiration is for Newham to lead the way in green consumerism. Finally, our anti-fly tipping work will progress to the next stage, focusing on designing out fly tipping. We encourage ‘community takeover’ of underused and under-loved spaces, turning places…

… that are often unsanitary and unwelcoming into usable and enjoyable public spaces. CASE STUDY: DESIGNING OUT FLY TIPPING We have secured funding to pilot potential solutions to fly-tipping, through our collaboration with Keep Britain Tidy. One example is our chalk paint stencils that highlight the cost of removing fly tips were stencilled on locations from which fly-tips had been removed. The aim…

… of the chalk paint stencils intervention is to drive behaviour change by highlight that fly-tips don’t just simply disappear, but have lasting impacts on the community. Our pilot had: • Up to 67 per cent reduction in fly-tipping during the intervention • After the intervention, fly-tipping remained 63 per cent lower before • In the residents surveys carried out: - 46 per cent respondents…

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