This is Rubbish are heading to Parliament on May 15th to launch Counting What Matters, their recently completed Report into ways of reducing food industry waste.
This is Rubbish say,
“We have some great guest speakers, and are excited to share our findings surrounding research into industry perceptions surrounding the introduction of a Mandatory Food Waste Audit (MFWA) mechanism.
We look forward to seeing you at Parliament!”
The Counting What Matters Launch will have a distinctly Hebden Bridge flavour – former Calder High student Caitlin Shepherd (my daughter! Proud Mum!) is a founder member of This is Rubbish and, together with other researchers, has been working hard on Counting What Matters since September 2012.
Hebden Bridge’s fair, healthy and sustainable food guru Geoff Tansey has mentored This is Rubbish since they started their Feast tour of Wales in 2011 and he will speak at the Parliamentary launch of Counting What Matters.