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Richard Swannell, from Love Food Hate Waste, said: "Our research has shown that despite our love of beef, we still throw away hundreds of millions of pounds worth every year in the UK, with a weight equivalent to 150 million steaks.
8220;The USDA is projecting that Americans will throw away over 200 million pounds of turkey this Thanksgiving,” says Howard Dvorkin, CPA and founder of ConsolidatedCredit.
Waste Minister Lord Taylor of Holbeach said: "Wasting perfectly good food is bad for household budgets and bad for the environment, which is why we are taking action to help people cut down on what they throw away.
The most advanced six members - Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Austria, Sweden and The Netherlands - virtually throw away nothing , less than 3 percent of their municipal waste.
It is estimated that between now and 2020, the UK will throw away 12 million tonnes of electronic equipment, a quarter of which will be IT equipment and other goods which contain around 63 tonnes of palladium and 17 tonnes of iridium.
At the same time, supermarkets' buying policies mean they throw away huge amounts of food each year.
Nooka, venerable maker of sci-fi chic watches, doesn't want you to throw away the box your new watch comes in.
Next time you throw away a cigarette butt, consider this: Many of the 4.
at throw away rate ISLAMABAD, 11 June, 2009 (Frontier Star) National Assembly (NA) standing committee on railways has summoned former chairman Railways, Lt Gen (Retd) Saeed ul Zafar and G.
Food champions have been appointed by Worcestershire Council to encourage homeowners to slash the amount of waste they throw away
throw away 1 : to get rid of : discard 2 : squander, waste <Don't throw away your money.
However, the trial also highlighted the huge amounts of food householders throw away each week.
MOST Britons throw away damaged household electrical items without any attempt to repair them first.
being a throw away society ("Understanding the Times," July).