Want to help work towards a zero wasteScotland?

Whether you’re a canny cook, or a keen composter, or just concerned to reduce the amount of rubbish we throw away, we want to hear from you!

You will be trained in how to talk to the public about reducing waste – including how to reduce the amount of edible food that is thrown away, how to compost food scraps and household waste, and how to reduce unwanted mail. You will then go out and spread the message of waste reduction to neighbours and friends, community groups and events.

With your local knowledge and contacts, you could play an important role in encouraging people to reduce their waste and recycle and compost more. Come and be part of Scotland’s movement to meet its world-leading zero waste targets. In the process you’ll receive training, attend events and have fun talking rubbish!

 

 Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator on 01738 476430

or email zerowastevols@pkc.gov.uk.

You can also visit our website at www.pkc.gov.uk/zerowastevols

or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PKZWChampions

 

Want to see how green your home could be?

Green homeowners across Scotland will open their doors on Saturday, 29 September to show first-hand how different renewables systems work.

The Green Homes Network Open Day will give you a unique opportunity to hear about actual costs and savings, and get tips and advice that could help you on your way.

Joining the renewables revolution could save you money as fuel bills soar – let people who already use renewable technologies show you how.

To choose which homes to visit go to www.greenhomesopenday.org.uk. Or call the Energy Saving Scotland advice centre on 0800 512 012 for more information, including how to apply for an interest-free loan of up to £10,000.

 Want to help work towards a zero wasteScotland?

Whether you’re a canny cook, or a keen composter, or just concerned to reduce the amount of rubbish we throw away, we want to hear from you!

You will be trained in how to talk to the public about reducing waste – including how to reduce the amount of edible food that is thrown away, how to compost food scraps and household waste, and how to reduce unwanted mail. You will then go out and spread the message of waste reduction to neighbours and friends, community groups and events.

With your local knowledge and contacts, you could play an important role in encouraging people to reduce their waste and recycle and compost more. Come and be part of Scotland’s movement to meet its world-leading zero waste targets. In the process you’ll receive training, attend events and have fun talking rubbish!

 

 Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator on 01738 476430

or email zerowastevols@pkc.gov.uk.

You can also visit our website at www.pkc.gov.uk/zerowastevols

or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PKZWChampions

 

Want to see how green your home could be?

Green homeowners across Scotland will open their doors on Saturday, 29 September to show first-hand how different renewables systems work.

The Green Homes Network Open Day will give you a unique opportunity to hear about actual costs and savings, and get tips and advice that could help you on your way.

Joining the renewables revolution could save you money as fuel bills soar – let people who already use renewable technologies show you how.

To choose which homes to visit go to www.greenhomesopenday.org.uk. Or call the Energy Saving Scotland advice centre on 0800 512 012 for more information, including how to apply for an interest-free loan of up to £10,000.

 Want to help work towards a zero wasteScotland?

Whether you’re a canny cook, or a keen composter, or just concerned to reduce the amount of rubbish we throw away, we want to hear from you!

You will be trained in how to talk to the public about reducing waste – including how to reduce the amount of edible food that is thrown away, how to compost food scraps and household waste, and how to reduce unwanted mail. You will then go out and spread the message of waste reduction to neighbours and friends, community groups and events.

With your local knowledge and contacts, you could play an important role in encouraging people to reduce their waste and recycle and compost more. Come and be part of Scotland’s movement to meet its world-leading zero waste targets. In the process you’ll receive training, attend events and have fun talking rubbish!

 

 Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator on 01738 476430

or email zerowastevols@pkc.gov.uk.

You can also visit our website at www.pkc.gov.uk/zerowastevols

or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PKZWChampions

 

Want to see how green your home could be?

Green homeowners across Scotland will open their doors on Saturday, 29 September to show first-hand how different renewables systems work.

The Green Homes Network Open Day will give you a unique opportunity to hear about actual costs and savings, and get tips and advice that could help you on your way.

Joining the renewables revolution could save you money as fuel bills soar – let people who already use renewable technologies show you how.

To choose which homes to visit go to www.greenhomesopenday.org.uk. Or call the Energy Saving Scotland advice centre on 0800 512 012 for more information, including how to apply for an interest-free loan of up to £10,000.

 Want to help work towards a zero wasteScotland?

Whether you’re a canny cook, or a keen composter, or just concerned to reduce the amount of rubbish we throw away, we want to hear from you!

You will be trained in how to talk to the public about reducing waste – including how to reduce the amount of edible food that is thrown away, how to compost food scraps and household waste, and how to reduce unwanted mail. You will then go out and spread the message of waste reduction to neighbours and friends, community groups and events.

With your local knowledge and contacts, you could play an important role in encouraging people to reduce their waste and recycle and compost more. Come and be part of Scotland’s movement to meet its world-leading zero waste targets. In the process you’ll receive training, attend events and have fun talking rubbish!

 

 Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator on 01738 476430

or email zerowastevols@pkc.gov.uk.

You can also visit our website at www.pkc.gov.uk/zerowastevols

or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PKZWChampions

 

Want to see how green your home could be?

Green homeowners across Scotland will open their doors on Saturday, 29 September to show first-hand how different renewables systems work.

The Green Homes Network Open Day will give you a unique opportunity to hear about actual costs and savings, and get tips and advice that could help you on your way.

Joining the renewables revolution could save you money as fuel bills soar – let people who already use renewable technologies show you how.

To choose which homes to visit go to www.greenhomesopenday.org.uk. Or call the Energy Saving Scotland advice centre on 0800 512 012 for more information, including how to apply for an interest-free loan of up to £10,000.

 Want to help work towards a zero wasteScotland?

Whether you’re a canny cook, or a keen composter, or just concerned to reduce the amount of rubbish we throw away, we want to hear from you!

You will be trained in how to talk to the public about reducing waste – including how to reduce the amount of edible food that is thrown away, how to compost food scraps and household waste, and how to reduce unwanted mail. You will then go out and spread the message of waste reduction to neighbours and friends, community groups and events.

With your local knowledge and contacts, you could play an important role in encouraging people to reduce their waste and recycle and compost more. Come and be part of Scotland’s movement to meet its world-leading zero waste targets. In the process you’ll receive training, attend events and have fun talking rubbish!

 

 Please contact the Volunteer Coordinator on 01738 476430

or email zerowastevols@pkc.gov.uk.

You can also visit our website at www.pkc.gov.uk/zerowastevols

or our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/PKZWChampions

 

Want to see how green your home could be?

Green homeowners across Scotland will open their doors on Saturday, 29 September to show first-hand how different renewables systems work.

The Green Homes Network Open Day will give you a unique opportunity to hear about actual costs and savings, and get tips and advice that could help you on your way.

Joining the renewables revolution could save you money as fuel bills soar – let people who already use renewable technologies show you how.

To choose which homes to visit go to www.greenhomesopenday.org.uk. Or call the Energy Saving Scotland advice centre on 0800 512 012 for more information, including how to apply for an interest-free loan of up to £10,000.