Local Authorities

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West London Waste Authority

West London Waste Authority (WLWA) is a statutory waste disposal authority (WDA) which was created in 1986.They actively promote the Pod’s Waste Week campaign to schools in the six boroughs in west London – Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow and Richmond upon Thames.
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Durham County Council

Durham County Council has supported Eco-Schools activity since it was launched to schools in the County in 1998.… Read more


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North Yorkshire County Council

North Yorkshire County Council Energy Traded Service are committed to helping young people to learn about sustainability and take action in school to save energy and reduce waste. The Planet saving Super Hero “Power Down Pete” blasts into assembly with his energy bike and then delivers activities and games with an Eco Theme. Whilst staff can take advantage of events and training to support their progress through the Eco Schools programme and the Pod.… Read more

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Bury Council

Bury council are working with schools to reduce their energy bills and educate young people about the energy topic.

They have been running Switch Off Fortnight in their council offices for the past four years.

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Dorset County Council

Dorset County Council promote the Pod’s resources to schools to help them learn more about Energy and Waste.

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Nottingham City Council

Nottingham City Council are committed to helping their schools become more energy efficient. They have set up a programme for schools called SCoRE which encourages students and teachers to make positive changes to reduce the amount of energy they use. The SCoRE programme has been a great success and has won a Green Apple Environment award. They actively promote the Pod’s campaigns that compliment their own environmental programmes.… Read more