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Devon Waste Free Lunch Week. 17 th – 21 st June 2013. What do YOU eat in your packed lunch?. If we were to look in the rubbish bin after lunch – what would we find?. Crisp packets? Cling film? Plastic bags? Plastic bottles? Juice cartons/pouches? Wrappers? Straws? Paper napkins?

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Devon waste free lunch week

Devon Waste Free Lunch Week

17th – 21st June 2013


What do you eat in your packed lunch

What do YOU eat in your packed lunch?


If we were to look in the rubbish bin after lunch what would we find

If we were to look in the rubbish bin after lunch – what would we find?

  • Crisp packets?

  • Cling film?

  • Plastic bags?

  • Plastic bottles?

  • Juice cartons/pouches?

  • Wrappers?

  • Straws?

  • Paper napkins?

  • Food?


Where does all this rubbish go

Where does all this rubbish go?


How long will our waste be in landfill

How long will our waste be in landfill?

Food waste = 6 months to 1 year

Plastic bottles = 450 years

Cardboard = 2 years

Plastic bags = 500 years

Crisp packets/plastic wrappers = 1,000 years


Do your bit for our environment pack a waste free lunch

Do your bit for our environment – pack a waste free lunch!

HOW?...

  • Use a durable lunchbox

  • Use reusable containers for food

  • Bring a refillable drinks bottle

  • Use cutlery that can be washed and used again

  • Use a washable cloth napkin

  • Eat fruit and veg – they come in their own natural packaging!

  • Think about portion sizes and pack what you’re going to eat


Examples of waste free lunches

EXAMPLES OF WASTE FREE LUNCHES


This week our school will be taking part in waste free lunch week

This week our school will be taking part in WASTE FREE LUNCH week

Schools across Devon are taking part to help reduce waste and protect our environment

If you have a packed lunch, please try and bring one which makes no waste every day this week

We are entering a competition and could win a prize worth up to £250 if we reduce our lunch waste and run a good campaign that involves the whole school community


What can you do

What can you do?

  • Talk to the person who makes your packed lunch and ask them to help make a meal with as little rubbish as possible

  • Use the ‘top tips’ for good ideas

  • Sign up to your school pledge to make less waste

  • Get involved in poster campaigns, activities and competitions around school


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