News & Updates

Celebrating the amazing support of our twinning community.

Christchurch youngsters win award for tackling waste at home and abroad

A Dorset Beavers group have produced some rubbish ideas to tackle waste – and are the first in the UK to be awarded a new eco badge.
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Devastating floods in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Devastating to see that the communities in Kinshasa that we visited in November 2022, which are swamped by plastic pollution, were hit very hard by recent flooding in the Congolese capital.
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The ‘Game Changer’ - a fishing boat made out of plastic

The flow of plastic into the ocean is projected to nearly triple by 2040. - Breaking the Plastic Wave report.
The statistics are bleak. There’s no denying that our world has a plastic problem.
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An open letter to the UK Govt Environment and Health Secretaries

Bin Twinning has signed an open letter to Environment Secretary Thérèse Coffey and Health Secretary Steve Barclay demanding the banning of single-use e-cigarettes.
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The UK’s first ‘Bin Twin Community’

It all started when twins Jack and Emily Chadwick went with their parents to COP26, the UN climate summit in Glasgow – and decided they wanted to do more to protect the environment.
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New tech boosts recycling potential in Uganda by 3000%

Ecobrixs innovation is now processing ten tonnes of plastic a day - whereas it used to take a month
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Solihull church leads the charge in local and global war on waste

Knowle Parish Church is leading a campaign to cut waste, to benefit its village and communities overseas
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Why 2022 is a big year for plastics and waste pickers

The important role of the waste pickers who work alongside Bin Twinning's social enterprises has been recognised at the UN and on BBC radio
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Ely church twins bins to tackle waste-related poverty

The congregation of St Mary's Ely have thrown their weight behind our work overseas by twinning more than 150 bins between them
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