For your zero waste week, why not have some fun in the office and set some challenges to reduce waste.
A week long challenge encourages people try things out. At the end of the week you can look at what people are happy to keep working on or developing.
First of all what is waste? Well according to the 2008 Waste Framework Directive,
Waste means any substance or object which the holder discards, intends to or is required to discard.
Zero waste challenges
Which of these will your workplace try?
Then you can reflect on what has worked, what could be improved and what you could take forward on a journey to reduce even more waste in the office.
Good luck and use know how you get on!
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