Mapping SME waste streams in Lancaster District

Do you run a business or community enterprise in Lancaster District? Or do you work at one of the institutions (schools, universities, hospitals etc.) in our district? If so please consider taking this short survey to help map resources currently going to waste locally.

This survey is being carried out by FoodFutures as part of the Closing Loops project. You can find out more about the project at:

What is this survey about?

This survey covers three topics: kind of wastes produced, current waste disposal practice and your interest in trying to make things different

We are in a production, waste and recycling crisis, with grave consequences for global climate emergency. The good news is that being wasteful is not inborn, and that it is something we created and can be reversed. Over the next four years Closing Loops will be running a local grants scheme called ‘Pots of Possibility’ to develop and support initiatives and interventions to reduce, redirect, reuse or repurpose materials currently being discarded.  This survey will help us to identify different types of local waste streams, where interventions might have the most impact and hopefully inspire government, community or regenerative enterprise approaches to make things differently.

FoodFutures is coordinated by LESS. The information you provide will be stored safely by LESS following our GDPR policy. Your data will only be used for the purposes of analysing the results from the survey. Data will be anonymised and results presented as an anonymised summary.  No personal data will be shared with any third parties.

We thank you for your participation and support.

*Please note that here we refer to waste as solid waste. Other kinds of wastes such as wasted lives, space or energy for example, go beyond the scope of this survey but they are still relevant for the wider Closing Loops project.

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