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North London set to spread recycling word

North London businesses are to be given the opportunity to learn more about recycling and waste in their area.

The North London Recycling Forum will take place on December 1 and will include a debate on the Mayor’s plans for London waste and the chance to network with potential partners and decision-makers from across the region.

Recycling Forum chair Maria Chenoweth said: “It is vital that we all work together, share our experiences and expertise if we are to reverse the waste of valuable resources that we currently spend a fortune throwing away.”

The event will gather experts from business, local government and the community sector for interactive sessions on strategy and best practice, and a focus on achievements in this year and challenges in the next.

Chenoweth added: “Independent forums like this one present a unique opportunity for cross sector businesses to look at the common issues affecting them.”

The event is free to businesses, not-for-profit organisations and community groups in the area and will include a speech by Penney Poyzer of the BBC’s No Waste Like Home.

To reserve a place, email Guy Mansfield-Williams on or contact Wendy Lord on 02088845500.

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