Zero Waste Scotland
Zero Waste Scotland invite businesses to apply for funding to support their ideas for ways to cut food waste. Grants of up to £1 million are available. Applications are sought by the January 31st 2019 deadline. Eligible organisations are small and medium enterprise (less than 250 employees with a turnover of less than €50 million).
Read the full details from Zero Waste Scotland.
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