#HaltonWasteChallenge Going Into the Holidays

Hello Friends of Halton Green Screens! There is lots to share today, with the holidays upon us. The holiday season can be joyful, stressful, delicious, and often full of parties and dinners with friends and family. It is also usually a time of tremendous amounts of waste production. There is waste from gifts, from wrapping, from party favours, Christmas crackers, […]

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#HaltonWasteChallenge Week 7

Hello Friends of Halton Green Screens! I’m now finishing up Week 7 of the #HaltonWasteChallenge. For the most part, my experiences have been positive. Sometimes people ask me why I’m doing something, like putting olive bar olives into my own Tupperware, or not replacing my library card that doesn’t scan very well. Occasionally I’ve been met with disinterest or weird […]

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#HaltonWasteChallenge Week 4

Hello friends of Halton Green Screens! Now in the fourth week of the challenge, I feel like I’ve settled in pretty nicely, especially now that I’ve made it through Halloween waste-free (more on that below). I’ve still been adding the odd food packaging to my bin from items purchased before I started, but I’ve added very little from after. I’ve […]

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#HaltonWasteChallenge Week 1

I am now 5 days into my Waste Reduction Challenge. So far so good, with a few minor setbacks. My bin has a few items in it from food I bought before starting the challenge but only finished now. I guess that was to be expected. For two of my three Thanksgiving dinners this past weekend, I made pierogis from […]

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Join the #HaltonWasteChallenge!

Want to get involved in the #HaltonWasteChallenge? All it takes is a commitment to change one small thing that will reduce the amount of waste you produce!   Heather, our Program Coordinator, is taking on the full challenge completed by Jen and Grant in their film “The Clean Bin Project.” This means that she will: Try not to produce any […]

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