One of the ways to protect resources, save money and be kinder to the planet is by making changes to how we consume things and reduce waste.
Cutting the amount of waste we throw away, together with re-using or recycling what we already have means
- Less waste ending up in nature and the marine environment
- Reduced need to use raw materials
- Fewer greenhouse gas emissions
It can also save you money, and supports local businesses offering re-use and repair services.
You can take action in lots of ways - and every action counts.
Download a pledge form to get started. The pledge forms include examples for small practical actions with textiles, electronics, household recycling and food waste.
Discover local circular economy services and initiatives on the city’s Circular Economy Initiatives Map to help you on your journey.
Brighton & Hove declared a climate and biodiversity emergency in 2018 and has committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2030.