Over 32,000 tonnes of material that could be recycled is instead put in residual waste bins each year in West Sussex, costing the council an estimated £3 million a year in disposal costs. To highlight the scale of this waste, West Sussex County Council has created a video that visualises it on a personal and then county-wide level. The video was created by Real World Visuals, which has previously worked with Bristol Waste, with GIFs, video extract films and a range of still and print materials also being made for the 'Think before you throw' public engagement campaign.
The trailer for WASTED! The Story of Food Waste, a new film produced by world-famous chef Anthony Bourdain has been released.
Coca-Cola Great Britain has launched an advertising campaign made entirely out of its 100 per cent recyclable packaging to encourage more people to recycle. The 'Love Story' ad, which premiered at prime time on Channel 4 on Saturday evening, used more than 1,500 Coca-Cola products and will now continue on cinema, digital and social media channels throughout the summer.
As festival season gets into full swing, with Glastonbury, Wireless and Reading & Leeds all coming up, behaviour change charity Hubbub has produced some tips for keeping your festival experience as sustainable, waste-free and cheap as possible.
A partnership between beer manufacturer Corona and anti-plastic pollution network Parley for the Oceans has unveiled a plan to protect 100 islands around the world from ocean plastic pollution by 2020, with the support of a number of celebrities including actor Chris Hemsworth.
Lidl has become the latest supermarket to partner with an app to find charities to redistribute its surplus food to, following Marks & Spencers in signing up to social platform Neighbourly. Here's the difference such a partnership makes.
To kick off Sky's Ocean Rescue campaign, the company has produced a special report looking at how bad the plastic pollution of marine environments has become and what effect it is having on ecosystems and coastal communities.
Biffa has released a video as part of its #StopDROPS (Driving Recklessly on Pavements) showing some of the 30,000 instances of motorists mounting pavements to get around collection vehicles every month.
With MPs calling for a ban on the use of microbeads in cosmetics, a group of York University students have used Bruno Mars to highlight the damage that can be done by the harmful bits of plastic.
Jože Gregorič, Project Manager at Snaga, the company that manages waste and resource in Ljubljana, gave the 2016 Resource Association's summer lecture, explaining how the Slovenian capital has spent the last 10 years building high participation in separate collection, utilising ‘radical approaches’ to communications and significantly lowering residual waste per capita. In 2010, Slovenia repor
Two filmmakers, Tom Fox-Davies and Ed Scott-Clarke, have teamed up to produce a short film about the culture of constant electronic upgrades is for the planet.
Eco packaging firm Vegware has released a short film offering a solution to the problem of coffee cups recycling in the UK. Under 1 in 400 disposable cups are recycled, with 7 million sent to landfill daily, as highlighted by Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall’s War on Waste.
A film released by London-based social enterprise The Restart Project shows how free community events are helping members of the public cut down on the amount of fixable electronics going to waste. 
Coffee grounds recycler bio-bean has released a video explaining its process and visions for the future.
As part of a two-year initiative led by campaigning charity Hubbub, prisoners from HMP Northumberland will be working to repurpose used Ocado uniforms into items to be sold for charity.
Eurometaux, which represents the non-ferrous metals industry in Europe, has released a video emphasising the role that metals can play in the circular economy.
WRAP has released a video to illustrate the findings of its 'Food Futures' report, which concludes that the UK food industry must take a 'business unusual' approach in order to create a sustainable market for the next ten years.
The five pence carrier bag charge is introduced in England in two weeks (5 October). Defra has released a video summarising the charge. 
The Environment Agency has released a video outlining the process of investigating and prosecuting waste crime.
Zero Waste Week 2015 (7-13 September) encourages people across the UK to reuse items to keep them from landfill, providing tips and resources to help bring about change.
Environmental campaiging charity Hubbub has released a video outlining the initiatives being trialled on Villiers Street, Westminster as part of its Neat Streets campaign.
High street retailer H&M has launched its first ever Global Change Award, giving five ideas focussing on closing the fashion loop the opportunity to receive part of a €1 million (£726,000) funding pot.
Plans for one of the alternatives to the controversial Javelin Park incinerator in Gloucestershire have been outlined by the Community R4C group in a video, narrated by Grand Designs host Kevin McCloud.
There are loads of items you can recycle from all around the home. Watch Recycle Now's animation that highlights just a few. Find out more about what you can recycle at
Detectives from Lancashire Constabulary have launched a murder investigation after a ‘casual employee’ of Pendle Skips was found dead at the premises in Burnley.
On Friday 26th June volunteers gathered in Leicester Square, London, to applaud and celebrate non-suspecting members of the public when they put a pre-placed piece of litter from the floor to the bin.
A brief video explaining why the Welsh Government is looking to implement a new Environment (Wales) Bill, and what it will include.
Croydon Council is calling on members of the public to help identify two men caught on film fly-tipping in Croydon. Anyone with information on the fly-tipping incident, or any other illegal dumping of waste in the Croydon area, should contact the council’s dedicated fly-tipping hotline on 020 8604 7000 or by emailing [email protected]
Businesses and individuals across the country are being urged to roll up their sleeves this weekend and take part in Community Clear Up Day on Saturday 21 March 2015. Community Clear Up Day is a ‘national spring clean’ campaign, led by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).
In just one year signatories to the Hospitality and Food Service Agreement (HaFSA) have made £10 million of savings by reducing food waste.
Over 41,000 Conwy households are set to get a new Trolibocs recycling container system when deliveries commence in November.
The Resource Association highlights the problem of contamination in local authority recycling collections and the need for high-quality recycling.