London’s Wide Awake festival has announced a new environmental policy

The event is set to put in place a series of measures including a cut down on waste, no single-use plastic and eco toilets.

London’s Wide Awake festival has debuted a ‘Positive Policy’.

The event, which features a line-up including the likes of Metronomy, The Murder Capital an Dream Wife, is set to put in place a series of environmental measures including a cut down on waste, no single-use plastic and eco-toilets.

The list reads:

Bury zero waste in landfill
Leave no trace of litter
Ban single use plastic across the site
Only use compostable plastic and cutlery
Only provide ethically sourced food
Operate a cup deposit scheme that doesn’t rip fans off
Recycle all trader & back of house waste
Only permit biodegradable stage effects
Eco-toilets
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There’ll also be a climate cafe, programmed alongside climate change publication It’s Freezing in LA!, who will host talks and workshops on site.

Wide Awake takes place in London’s Brockwell Park on 5th June.

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