North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has established a Waste Prevention Community Fund to support waste prevention initiatives in the north London area. This fund provides community-based (non-profit making) organisations with money to develop new approaches to reduce waste and/or extend the reach and impact of existing waste prevention activity in north London.
More than 850,000 tonnes of waste is collected in north London every year. Much of this waste - food and electric waste, clothes, furniture and single-use plastics - is preventable. NLWA wants to support community-based organisations to tackle waste prevention.
Information about the total amount of funding available for 2020/21, the amount that individual projects can apply for, and about how to apply is available below. Organisations that previously submitted funding requests and/or have received support from the NLWA’s Waste Prevention Community Fund in previous years may also apply for funding.