Below is a list of useful links to information, networks, national organisations and other useful groups.
If you are looking for recycling groups in Devon, please visit our projects page.
Community composting, home composting and helping schools to compost their waste.
Comprehensive web site on all aspects of the environment.
The FRN is the national body which supports, assists and develops charitable re-use organisations across the UK. They do this to reduce poverty by helping households in need access furniture, white goods and other household items at affordable prices. In addition, they support re-use organisations in providing training and work placement opportunities for people who are socially excluded.
USA-based network promoting community solutions to resource use and recovery. Excellent site for information on Zero Waste theory and practice.
Website for the network of climate change action groups based around Dartmoor.
LCRN see waste as a resource, they produce e-newsletters, and have received Â£8m funding for a London wide reuse network
The Community Composting Network supports and promotes the community management and use of waste bio-degradable resources . It is a members’ organisation, self-managed by an elected committee of members.
The partnership orgainsation for the 4 national networks CRN uk, CCN, FRN and LCRN
Devon Local Authorities website with all the recycling services information for Devon, a good schools section and lots more.
Lots of useful info for households, schools and others and downloads such as colour coded recycling labels and symbols.
A pioneering research into what energy dscent will mean and look like for Totnes with action plans including some work on waste.
Devon’s leading Transition Town. We need to work together to map out how local resource management and zero waste might work in a post peak oil energy descent scenario.