Veolia relaunch £50,000 Recycling Fund for London

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Since its relaunch in January, over £12,000 has been awarded to 17 projects

Veolia has relaunched its £50,000 Recycling Fund for Communities across London.

The fundraiser gives projects which benefit from the environment up to £1,000 as well as resources and volunteers.

Since its relaunch in January, over £12,000 has been awarded to 17 projects.

These include Tritton Vale Pocket Garden which built a rainwater harvesting system from recycled materials and St Raphael’s Edible Garden in Brent which has turned a fly-tipping site in one of the most deprived neighbourhoods in the borough.

Rochelle D’Cruz, regional communications manager for Veolia London, said: “We have up to £50,000 to support the best projects in London and Watford which inspire people to do the right thing with their waste.

“It could be promoting recycling at an event, running a swap shop or building a community garden from reclaimed materials.”

Applications are open until 28 February, 2018. For information on how to apply, visit

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