Can you be too successful?

Wareham residents have been recycling their blister packs with such enthusiasm that we have to ask you to stop taking them to Bare Necessities and Day Lewis!

New recycling opportunities at local shops

Our ‘Rethinking Rubbish’ workstream volunteers have been working hard to find new local recycling opportunities for previously hard to recycle items. If you’ve been holding on to various items thinking, “surely there should be a way to recycle this,” then you may now find you can do so! We’re delighted to announce the following items […]

Wanda the Waste Warrior Fish to visit Wareham?

Wanda the waste warrior fish

The 6-metre-long fish sculpture which landed in Poole in April to highlight the problem of ocean plastic pollution now has a name. Of 240 suggestions submitted, ‘Wanda the Waste Warrior Fish’ was the overwhelming favourite. Wanda will soon be travelling on around the Bournemouth Christchurch Poole area to highlight the harm caused by marine plastic […]

Recycle your bras for the fight against breast cancer

Bra Bank Poster

Sustainable Wareham is pleased to work with the Wareham Bare Necessities zero waste shop to promote recycling and reduce waste. We are supporting the charity “Against Breast Cancer” and we call on all ladies to donate their unwanted bras to raise funds for breast cancer research and to support small businesses in Africa. Cheryl, the […]