Projects

Too Good To Waste

City of Edinburgh Council

Too Good to Waste is our online A to Z guide of practical ways to reduce, reuse, repair and recycle everyday items in Edinburgh and the Lothians. We also offer a quarterly Too Good to Waste e...

Warm and Well Edinburgh

British Gas Energy Trust, City of Edinburgh Council

Warm and Well Edinburgh provides tailored support to improve the health of vulnerable householders in Edinburgh. We provide home visits, telephone advice, advocacy, and surgeries to...

Warm and Well Midlothian

Midlothian Council

Warm and Well supports anyone in Midlothian whose health may be affected by living in a cold, damp or draughty home. Older people, young families and people with health difficulties are...

Warm Recovery

Edinburgh and Lothians Health Foundation, NHS Lothian

Warm Recovery works closely with health professionals, including respiratory nurses and hospital discharge staff, to identify patients in Edinburgh in need of our support. The patients may be...

Warmworks Scotland

Scottish Government, Energy Saving Trust, Everwarm

Warmworks Scotland is a joint venture between Changeworks, Energy Saving Trust and Everwarm. The company delivers Warmer Homes Scotland, a national fuel poverty scheme funded by the Scottish...

Waste Education Cabin

City of Edinburgh Council

The Waste Education Cabin lets school pupils and community groups see recycling in action. All visits include a waste talk, activities which focus on reducing, reusing, recycling and landfill, and...

Waste Less Save More

Sainsbury's, Hubbub

The Waste Less, Save More project, funded by Sainsbury’s, aims to help people in Leith to save money on their food bills by reducing their food waste. To help them do this, it offers the people of...

Waste Wise Volunteers Project

Zero Waste Scotland

Our Waste Wise Volunteers deliver a fun and engaging programme of community activities across Edinburgh to help residents waste less, save money and recycle more. Our trained volunteers engage with...

Zero Waste Heroes for Schools

City of Edinburgh Council

In Edinburgh, we transform schools’ Eco teams into Zero Waste Heroes and challenge them to reduce, reuse and recycle waste in their schools and communities. Our programme includes a training...

Zero Waste Leith

Zero Waste Scotland, European Regional Development Fund, The City of Edinburgh Council, The Edinburgh Remakery, Gerry Farrell Ink (Leithers Don’t Litter), Pilmeny Development Project, Quay Community Improvements, Lorne Primary School, Leith Academy

Changeworks and our team of volunteers are working with residents, community groups, schools and businesses in Leith to inspire and enable them to create a ‘clean and vibrant place where nothing is...

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