Attitudes and behaviours of businesses to food waste survey
Do you work in an Irish food business?
…Then you probably know a thing or two about food waste.
Have your say!
This survey aims to gather information on attitudes and behaviours of businesses in Ireland in relation to waste, with a specific focus on food waste.
Those who complete the survey will be entered into a prize draw where five lucky winners will win €200 One4All vouchers.
Click Here to take part.
The closing date for this survey is 29th August, 2019.
The purpose of the survey is to get feedback which could help improve the way food waste is recycled and prevented in businesses in Ireland.
This survey is being carried out by Red C Research on behalf of the Department of Communications, Climate Action & Environment, the Regional Waste Management Offices, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Cré – the Irish Composting & Anaerobic Digestion Association.
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