The Pass It On Habit!
May05

The Pass It On Habit!

There is a technical thought process to achieving #zerowastebute – the waste hierarchy is designed to help us pause and think about how we should deal with the resources in front of us. Step 1: reduce the amount of resources we use Step 2: reuse as much as we can Step 3: recycle material Step 4: recover as much material as possible Step 5: well let’s avoid that if possible De-cluttering, spring cleaning, gutting oot!...

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Bute Cycle Network
May12

Bute Cycle Network

  Have you noticed the new signs?  The signs are part of the legacy from our Climate Challenge Fund Active Travel project, along with new bike shelter at Rothesay pier.     Very often we think it will take longer to travel by bike than car, but when you factor in looking for a parking space around our busy Rothesay streets, you might be surprised how much time you can save by cycling to work. When changing from car to...

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Become a Green Champion
May05

Become a Green Champion

At Fyne Futures we are committed to improving our environment through improved waste management.  We offer a range of recycling and reuse services including uplifts of cans and plastic bottles from businesses on Bute.  The story doesn’t end there though and we hope that through our blogs and posts our community can become more resilient through green best practise. Supported by Zero Waste Scotland – Resource Efficient...

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