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Results from a zero-waste challenge, that saw 50 households reduce their waste output, have been revealed.
Bristol Waste's #wastenothing challenge, which ran for a year from April 2019, found participants had 78% less general waste than the average household.
The results released on 29 April, also showed they had 22% less food waste and 17% less recycling waste.
At the start of the project, the households were equipped with a kit of reusable items, wax food wraps, reusable cups, a wormery for food waste and tips and support from local sustainable businesses, with the aim to produce as little waste as possible.
Gwen Frost, head of innovation and sustainability at Bristol Waste said the participants had shown what a "phenomenal difference" a few "simple changes" could make.
"Simply by planning your shop or remembering to take reusable items with you when you leave the house, you can reduce the waste you generate massively."
Bristol Waste is looking to do another zero-waste challenge in 2020 with double the number of participants.