Pilot scheme will turn food waste into compost

NEW weekly food waste collections in Hampstead will see rubbish turned into high quality compost. Some households in Hampstead, Frognal and Fitzjohns, Gospel Oak and Belsize wards will now have a free weekly food and garden waste collection. Camden Counci

NEW weekly food waste collections in Hampstead will see rubbish turned into high quality compost.

Some households in Hampstead, Frognal and Fitzjohns, Gospel Oak and Belsize wards will now have a free weekly food and garden waste collection.

Camden Council is piloting the scheme for a year in a bid to make the borough greener.

Once collected, it is turned into compost to be used in agriculture, parks and gardens.


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