Croydon Waste Recycling and Nuclear Waste Recycle Association (CWRRA) is working to bring about a significant shift in the way people recycle their waste and waste management processes.
It is hoped the project, which will be launched in the city in the near future, will give the city a major boost in the recycling of its waste.
Its also aimed at improving the way waste management is done across the city and will allow for recycling to be managed in a way that maximises waste management’s potential for the benefit of all citizens, says the CWRRA.
The city has one of the highest waste rates in England and is home to one of England’s largest population of nuclear waste.
In addition to waste management, the CRIAA hopes the project will bring about significant improvements to the city’s public health.
It has a partnership with local non-profit charity the Wrecking Ball Foundation to provide the infrastructure to support the Croydans waste recycling efforts, and will be based in the old Croyden Centre at the Cribs Mill.
It also hopes the initiative will help the Crayford area become a centre for waste recycling as more and more businesses are turning to waste.
While the initiative is in its early stages, it is hoped it will have a significant impact.