In the news in 2008

Have a Merr-E Christmas
We urge people to replace one standard Christmas card with a new Cumbrian ecard

Love food hate waste in Cumbria
Local chefs encourage people to reduce their kitchen waste

Cumbria's brand new waste management solution
Councillors approve multi-million pound waste disposal solution

Cumbria has the R factor
Resource Cumbria introduces its new 3Rs talent competition

Points still mean prizes for recycling schools
Youngsters pick up prizes for collecting recycling pledges

Resource Cumbria holds its first annual conference
Cumbria responds to the national waste strategy through Resource Cumbria's first annual conference

Cumbria looks to tackle tourists' rubbish
Cumbria County Council have commissioned a study to find out what waste is produced by the tourist industry

Location Location Location for all your kitchen waste
Property guru, Kirstie Allsopp urges Cumbrians to Compost at home

Exterminating Kitchen Waste
Resource Cumbria create a recycled Doctor Who scarecrow with a compost bin dalek for the Dalston village show.

Cockermouth gains Eco School status
Environmental top brass present the school with prestigious Green Flag

Cumbrian households throw out 420 worth of food a year
New report highlights the extent of the food waste problem

Cumbria's real nappy revolution
Cumbrians are being asked to give real nappies a go with the Cumbria Real Nappy Campaign

A fistful of rubbish comes to Cumbria
Resource Cumbria runs an international award winning awareness campaign

Recycle more in Cleator Moor
Residents in Cleator Moor are being encouraged to recycle more through a concerted effort by Resource Cumbria.

Think before you throw
Resource Cumbria encourages good practice at Cumbrian HWRCs