Meet Stacey and Lidia, the proud partners behind Bristol’s first ever ‘zero waste’ shop
When Brentry resident Sam Masson found that the litter in her area was getting her down, she realised she would have to do something about it
Recycled metal is hard to beat; it’s endlessly reusable - every last bit can always be turned into something else
How BS3's Annie Taylor and her neighbours got involved
Ever thought about getting together with your neighbours, family or friends to do a community litter pick?
Last year we Bristolians threw away almost 166 million kilos of rubbish. So what happened next?
Can she fix it? Meet Bristol’s repair café founder Kate Jerrold (and yes, she can)
Meet the team keeping the historic harbourside clean and beautiful
We visit the GENeco plant at Avonmouth to discover what happens to Bristol's leftover food.
Want to help keep Bristol’s streets clean? Then roll up your sleeves and get involved.
What can Bristol’s residents do to reduce plastic pollution in our oceans?
Meet Sara Venn: founder of Incredible Edible, Bristol's charity that grows food in un-loved sites around the city.
Does litter in the city bother you?
“There are two ways to keep the street clean. One is to pay someone to pick it up and the other is don’t drop it in the first place.”
Ben Moss looks at alternatives to disposal and explain how the Reuse Network view our waste as a valuable resource.
What do you think a year's worth of Bristol litter might look like? Well - don't guess - watch this short film instead...
Martin works cleaning Bristol's streets - watch to find out more and see what we can all do to help.