People across East Dunbartonshire are being challenged to #MakeThingsLast through a social media engagement campaign to promote repairing, reusing and remanufacturing as part of a wider circular economy drive.
Following on from the success of the 5p single-use carrier bag charge, the Cabinet Secretary for the Environment, Richard Lochhead, wants to know what the public believe could be the next big thing to help reduce waste and #MakeThingsLast.
Zero Waste Scotland is suggesting ideas that could help Scots waste less and make things last and last week launched a Facebook poll www.facebook.com/zerowastescotland.
Any other ideas? Have a say at www.zerowastescotland.org.uk/makethingslast or via Twitter @ZeroWasteScot