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Chilled Food Association
CFA was formed in 1989 to establish, continuously improve and promote best hygienic practice standards in the production of retailed chilled prepared food. CFA represents many of the leading names in UK chilled prepared food production, supplying the retail trade.

Ms Kaarin Goodburn (Secretary General)
PO Box 6434, Kettering, Northamptonshire, NN15 5XT

t : 01536 514365
w : www.chilledfood.org
e : click to send an email
CO2Sense Yorkshire
Helping businesses and organisations across the Yorkshire and Humber region cut waste, cut emissions and drive growth.

Alison Kahumbura (Projects Manager - Organics)
Victoria House, 2 Victoria Place, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS11 5AE

t : 0113 2378414
w : www.co2sense.org.uk
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CO2Sense Yorkshire
Mr Mike Greenhalf (Consultant)
Victoria House, 2 Victoria Place, Leed, West Yorkshire, LS11 5AE

t : 0113 2378484
w : www.co2sense.org.uk
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Colinton Community Compost / Tiphereth Ltd
Colinton Community Compost, part of Tiphereth Camphill Edingburgh, is a not-for-profit organisation, which provides meaningful work for adults with learning disabilities. We promote home composting and run a local kerbside collection of garden waste

Mr Bruce Bennet (Director)
53 Torphin Road, Edinburgh, EH13 0PQ

t : 0131 441 3479
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Community Composting Network (CCN)
Community Composting Network (CCN) is the UK-wide organisation that supports and promotes community groups, social enterprises and individuals which are involved in producing compost from green/food waste and using it in their local communities.

Mrs Cath Kibbler (Co-ordinator)
67 Alexandra Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S2 3EE

t : 0114 258 0483
w : www.communitycompost.org
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Community Recycling Network
The CRN UK is the national voice for community-based recycling and waste reduction. It promotes community-based sustainable waste management as a practical and effective way of tackling the UK's growing waste problem. Waste is a valuable resource that can offer enormous opportunities for regeneration in deprived communities as well as helping build the social economy through providing jobs and training for the long-term unemployed and people with special needs. These successful community level social projects form the third sector of sustainable waste management.

Miss Stephanie Brittain (Network and Membership Administrator)
Thhe Graystone Centre, 28 Charles Square, London, N1 6HT

t : 020 7324 4705
w : www.crn.org.uk
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Cwm Harry Land Trust
Nutrient recycling using innovative IVC based on redundant warehouse. Upstream integration with own domestic collections from 13,500 households in NE Powys. Downstream integration with compost supplied to local growers to support local food economy. R&D work on using heat from aerobic in-vessel processing and link to anaerobic digestion processes.

Mr Richard Northridge (Development Manager)
Unit H, Vastre Industrial Estate, Newtown, Powys, SY16 1DZ

t : 01686 626234
w : www.chlt.org.uk
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Eden Project
Eden Project Composting ia an important part of the Eden Project's endeavous to be 'waste Neutral '.We operate conventional windrow composting for our greenwaste and aerobic in-vessel composting for our food waste (susteco neter composser).We bl;end the products of these processes to pruduce mulches of varying plant nutrient composition depending on their intended use in our biomes.We are constantly investigating ways to improve our composting operations operations to reduce or even eliminate our dependence on outsourced mulches and fertilisers.

Mr Tim Pettitt
Bodelva , Cornwall, PL24 2SG

t : 01726 811920
w : www.edenproject.com
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Face-Waste
Face- waste will promote and assist with direct action,the separation of food waste from high and medium rise dwellings and facilitate its diversion to composting facilities as near to the arising as possible.

Mr David Baraclough
4 Wether By Mansions, London, SW5 9DJ

t : 07966 301749
w : In Progress
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Fairfield Materials Management Ltd
Fairfield Materials Management is Manchester's longest established compost manufacturer providing a range of composts for soil remediation and soil improvement to the construction, landscape, agricultural and amateur gardening sectors.

Mr Ian Trippier (Office Manager)
E22, New Smithfield Market, Whitworth Street East, Openshaw, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M11 2WJ

t : 0161 231 2139
w : www.fairfieldcompost.co.uk
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Garden Organic  United Kingdom
Garden Organic
Garden Organic is the working name of the Henry Doubleday Research Association (HDRA). Dedicated to researching and promoting organic gardening, farming and food we are Europe's largest organic membership organisation. The Sustainable Waste Managemen

Miss Jane Griffiths
Ryton Organic Gardens, Ryton-On-Dunsmore, Coventry, CV8 3LG

t : 024 7630 8202
w : www.homecomposting.org.uk
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Green Estate Ltd
Mr Dan Cornwell (Contracts Manager)
Manor Oaks Farmhouse, 389 Manor Lane, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S2 1UL

t : 0114 276 2828
w : www.greenestate.org
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Institute of Occupational Medicine
The IOM is a major independent centre of scientific excellence in the fields of occupational and environmental health, hygiene and safety. We have a long history of undertaking workplace and environmental monitoring for dusts, metals, solvents, bioaerosols and other hazardous substances as well as noise and vibration. We are also able to undertake in-depth health risk assessments to help operators to make cost-efficient improvements in exposure control leading to real benefits for worker health.

Mr Andy Stelling (Occupational Hygienist)
Research Park North, Riccarton, Edinburgh, EH14 4AP

t : 0131 4498000
w : www.iom-world.org
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Land Network Limited
Mr William Butterworth (Director)
15 Kingsmanor Wharf, Devizes, Wiltshire, SN10 2ES

t : 01380 730413
w : www.landnetwork.co.uk
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Lochaber Environmental Group  Scotland
Lochaber Environmental Group
The Community Compost Project run by Lochaber Environmental Group, supports local communities with establishing sustainable compost sites. The sites promote a kerbside collection scheme for household and garden waste within each area.

Ms Anne Nelson (Administrator)
Au Drochaid, Claggan , Fort William, PH33 6PH

t : 01397 700090
w : www.lochaber-environmental-group.org.uk
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London Community Resource Network
LCRN is the resource charity for London. We are a network of voluntary and community groups, social enterprises and engaged citizens tackling waste. We help London manage resources sustainably to maximise environmental and community benefit

Ms Carys Michael
The Grayston Centre, 28 Charles Square, London, N1 6HT

t : 0207 324 4690
w : www.lcrn.org.uk
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London Community Resource Network
Combining the practical expertise of front-line organisations with the technical expertise of the London Community Resource Network, the Urban Organics Network seeks to develop a holistic approach to managing organic resources across the city which ensures that they are harnessed for the benefit of London residents. This includes delivering innovative, locally-based solutions to the management of organic waste, generating community-led composting activities for multi-occupancy housing and supporting sustainable food growing projects.

Mr Matthew Thomson (Chief Executive)
28 Charles Square, London, N1 6HT

t : 0207 324 4703
w : www.lcrn.org.uk
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Royal Horticultural Society
Dr Paul Alexander (Principal Scientist - Horticulture)
RHS Wisley, Woking, Surrey, GU23 6QB

t : 01483 224234
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Sports Turf Research Institute Ltd (STRI)
STRI Ltd is an independent research and consultancy organisation dealing with all aspects of amenity and sports turf maintenance; from testing weedkillers for lawns to the construction of playing surfaces at National stadia. Environmental considerations in amenity maintenance are important and a considerable amount of research has been undertaken on the production and use of compost on sports and amenity turf.

Dr David Lawson (Senior Research Officer)
St Ives Estate, Bingley, West Yorkshire, BD16 1AU

t : 01274 565 131
w : www.stri.co.uk
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