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The Fair Share - the CO2e saved by this university based, reuse store
Discover how many cars worth of CO2e is avoided each year because of this university based, reuse store The Fair Share is a university based, reuse store. It accepts donat (More)
"How is waste in my area?" - a regional dashboard
Introduction Our aim in this piece of work is: to surface f (More)
Stirling's bin collection data - revisited
Stirling Council set a precedent by being the first (and still only) Scottish local authority to have published open data about their bin collection of household waste. The council are currently working on increasing the fidelity of this dataset, (More)
Waste sites and the quantities of incoming materials
The dataset SEPA publish a "Site returns" dataset (accessible via their Waste sites and capacity tool) that says…​ how many tonn (More)
How I chanced on Longannet in the data
I’ve added a "Household vs business waste" time-series to our map-oriented webapp from last week. The business data was parsed from SEPA’s More)
Waste quantities through time, on a map
Preface Shortly before the end of 2020, I attended the More)
A prototype data grid & graph over data about waste
The interactive data grid with a linked graph is a tool that is often used to aggregate, dissect, explore, compare & visualise datasets. Might such a tool help our users explore and understand open data about waste? To help answer this, I (More)
The usefulness of putting datasets into Wikidata?
A week ago, I attended Ian Watt's workshop on Wikidata at the Scottish Open Data Unconference 2020. It was an interesting session and (More)
The geography of household waste generation
Working on his human geography homework, Rory asks... Which areas in Scotland are reducing their household waste? This week, in a step towards supporting the above scenario, I investigated how we might generate More)
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