Greyhope Bay

Funding applied for: £11000

JUSTTRANSITION

Participatory Budgeting Fund

About this project

We know that sorting your waste can be confusing! That’s why we want to create an engaging and inspiring waste sorting experience at our site at Torry Battery to maximise our impact on visitors to our site to make the right choices. This means that we will increase our capacity by purchasing the required external and internal bins for all the waste streams we produce at our cafe (glass, mixed recycling and compost, no general waste!) and creating bespoke signage to guide visitors through the experience that inspires behaviour change around their waste disposal habits. This will lower our waste to landfill footprint (we’re aiming for ‘zero’ ahead of the curve!) and teach better habits at home.

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