The new WasteAid shop is live!

The new WasteAid shop is live!

At WasteAid we wanted to make sure that when you buy one of our t-shirts, you’re doing something good. We hunted around and have found the perfect partner – award-winning eco-fashion brand Rapanui.     Every purchase supports community waste...
Help make us famous

Help make us famous

WasteAid UK shares life-changing skills with people across the globe, helping transform waste into resources, but most people have never heard of us. That means that with your support we can reach thousands more and help put a stop to the global waste crisis. Sharing...
Walk for Waste countdown… 8 weeks to go!

Walk for Waste countdown… 8 weeks to go!

Here’s an update from our wonderful Walk for Waste organiser, Sally Talbot. It’s time for the annual Walk for Waste, this time to the highest peak in England – Scafell Pike in the Lake District. On the afternoon of Saturday 15 July, WasteAid...
Managing waste in the Himalayas

Managing waste in the Himalayas

Vishwas Vidyaranya, Director of Solid Waste & Wastewater at Earth One, has kindly shared this fascinating article about waste management in a remote Himalayan valley. The Lower Dibang valley, located in the state of Arunachal Pradesh in India has one of the...
WasteAid in Somaliland

WasteAid in Somaliland

WasteAid UK will be working with the Danish Refugee Council in Hargeisa, the capital of the self-proclaimed state of Somaliland. Since a civil-war in the early 1990s Somaliland has been largely peaceful but its status as unrecognized by the international community...
3 fun ways to support WasteAid

3 fun ways to support WasteAid

WasteAid supporters are organising fundraising events through the year – why not join in or plan your own? The Walk for Waste, which was great fun last year and well-attended, will this year see climbers take on Scafell Pike, the highest peak in England. The guided...
EVENT PAGE: Walk for Waste 2017

EVENT PAGE: Walk for Waste 2017

Walk for Waste 2017 – Scafell Pike WasteAid UK’s popular fundraiser, the Walk for Waste is back – this time with a trek to England’s highest peak, Scafell Pike. The hike will raise awareness and funds for WasteAid UK, which shares waste management and recycling...

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