Waste Prevention Community Champion

Become a champion to fight against waste in your local community.

About the opportunity

Would you like to meet new people, learn new skills and help prevent waste in your local community? If so, why not join our group of Waste Prevention Community Champions?

Hampshire County Council’s network of Waste Prevention Community Champions are a fantastic group of volunteers who help residents reduce their food and household waste and save money by passing on hints and tips within their local community.

Hear why Champion Barbara enjoys the role and what it means to her:


As a Community Champion you will receive full training and access to online and practical resources to help get you started. We also provide dedicated support and regular updates and communications.


We ask our volunteers to aim for around 30 hours a year.

How to apply

Please email [email protected] for more information and to apply via the short application form that you will be sent.

Find out more about waste prevention and how you can get involved by visiting Smart Living.

Tasks and duties

This role could include a wide variety of activities depending on your preferences. Common activities include:

  • attending local community events and holding a waste prevention stand
  • holding talks to local community groups and schools
  • writing posts for blogs or articles.

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