Use this page to explore how you can make your home more environmentally friendly in response to the Climate Emergency.
There are lots of ways we can minimise our impact on the Earth. Use the information below to learn how to improve the efficiency of your home and make sustainable lifestyle changes.
Learn how to retrofit your home to make it more efficient. Find information about available grants and funding to help you.
Find out where your nearest household recycling centre is, when it’s open and what you can recycle. Visit our rubbish and recycling page for more information.
Composting your food waste is a great way of reducing the waste that ends up in the bin and using a water butt reduces your water usage.
We have partnered with Get Composting to provide better value compost bins and water butts for our residents. Visit Get Composting and enter your postcode to start your order.
Consider switching to a renewable energy provider. Use an online comparison tool to find the best renewable solution for you.
To help you make the switch to renewable energy, we are participating in the Solar Together West of England Scheme. This innovative new group-buying programme offers you several advantages over ‘going it alone’ when transferring to solar power.
It’s more sustainable to shop locally. It reduces the distance that food is transported, often requires less packaging and helps the local economy.
Find local markets and food co-ops in our local food section