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Zero Waste Europe are running a video competition - 'Power of compost'

Are you part of a fantastic composting project that doesn’t get enough attention? Do you need some added funds to expand your community composting scheme? Or are you just passionate about composting and want to promote your own creative organic waste solution? Zero Waste Europe want to know about it!

Submit your video to win
They have 3 huge prizes up for grabs, in the composting video competition, and all you have to do is submit a video or animation showing off your composting project, explaining why composting is so great, or highlighting a creative solution. They are particularly encouraging home-made and amateur video contributions, so remember the content is more important than the camera quality, and get out your smart-phones, and video-cameras and get stuck into a bit of compost.

The competition is divided into three categories, with different criteria and prizes, and will be judged by a panel of experts including experts from the European Compost Network (ECN), The Organic Stream, and Zero Waste Europe so if you want to participate, make sure you take a look at the different categories. You don’t have to specify which category your video comes under during the application process, so don’t worry if you aren’t sure, or feel that your video might fit more than one category, as the judges will assess which award the video would be most suited for.

The categories:
  • Community Solutions Award — Prize 500eur
  • Creative Composter Award — Prize 500eur
  • Compost Education Award — Prize 500eur

For more information and details on how to submit your entry please see HERE

Published: 08/09/15
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