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The amount of rubbish carelessly left behind at bridge events has always been a huge issue for me. Those of us convening or helping in local events have all slogged around the room at the end of the day trying to dispose of half cups coffee, half cups of water, endless hand records, lolly wrappers and generally discarded detritus. At the end of an event this is a bugger of a job, but you actually get to see how much rubbish we have generated.

I would like to see BAWA and all affiliated clubs take on the challenge to significantly reduce the amount of rubbish we generate at our events.

I suggest there is an analysis of the rubbish we generate, how we could reduce it, with the ultimate aim of eliminating it.

Jane Moulden

september 2017

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