Students from Langley, Slough and Windsor schools develop exciting projects to increase recycling and save energy in their schools
Teachers and students from four local schools topped the bill when TV maths legend Johnny Ball – father of Radio 2’s new Breakfast Show host Zoe Ball – judged Colnbrook based Lakeside Energy from Waste’s (EfW) competition for up and coming scientists and technologists.
Chemists of all ages inspired by Colnbrook’s Lakeside Energy from Waste facility
Last week, Colnbrook’s Lakeside Energy from Waste facility and Education Centre - a joint venture beween Grundon Waste Management and Viridor – opened its doors to over 30 existing and budding chemists, aged from eight - 78!
Local school children learn how to help save the planet at the Lakeside (Colnbrook) Energy from Waste facility
Local schoolchildren and their teachers are learning how to increase and improve recycling and energy efficiency in their schools and in their homes – by visiting the Lakeside Energy from Waste (EfW) facility in Colnbrook, near Slough.
Lakeside achieves zero waste to landfill target
In a national first for Colnbrook, the local Lakeside Energy from Waste facility is leading the way by becoming the first in the country to achieve the zero waste to landfill target – and recycle all the residues left behind as it turns waste into sustainable energy.
Boys Brigade talk rubbish and recycling in Colnbrook
Boys from the 1st Slough Boys Brigade Junior Section have been finding out what happens to their rubbish – courtesy of staff from Lakeside Energy from Waste. Lakeside Energy from Waste is a joint venture between two of the UK’s leading recycling and waste management companies – Grundon Waste Management and Viridor.