Many of us will have heard that the UK remains the second largest producer of e-waste per person in the world. But the better news, is that 71% of people think there should be more information about how to make changes to things they buy, to reduce their impact on the environment.

A key way to reduce the amount of waste we produce and reduce our environmental impact is by reusing the things we already have.

Projects focused on rehoming electrical and electronic items are being trialled across the UK, with innovative ways to increase accessibility and engagement with the public.

Join us to hear about inspiring examples, including Portsmouth’s E-Waste Amnesty Week, Milton Keynes #RehomeYourElectricals and Share & Repair Bath’s work with Bath University and their Council’s ReUse Centre.

We’ll also hear from Keep Britain Tidy and their latest work around improving the public’s understanding around waste prevention, and practical tips on how we can communicate more effectively.

Book your free ticket today, and you'll be sent Zoom details shortly before the event.


Additional Information

In this free, one-hour webinar, we'll cover:

  • Why rehoming our stuff matters
  • How projects around the UK are engaging with their local communities and encouraging rehoming in accessible ways
  • How to communicate waste prevention effectively
  • How you can develop projects that work for your local community

Who should attend: This session is intended for anyone interested in making our stuff last longer such as community repair groups, charity shops, Local Authorities, environmental groups. 

We will leave plenty of time for questions at the end.

Note: this webinar will be recorded.