WasteLESS Week

It ain’t easy being green, but WasteLESS Week is a great place to start! WasteLESS Week is a five-day campaign that Sodexo teams run during October at client sites around the world. 

This year WasteLESS Week took place last year between 26 and 30 October 2020 and focused on the reduction of food waste - something that we can all help with both in the workplace and at home.

Play your part and help us achieve Sodexo's commitments to reducing waste. Our global and regional commitments include:

  • by 2030, Sodexo will have reduced food waste by 50%;
  • by 2025, 90% of all Sodexo’s waste will be recycled or reused;
  • by 2025, 100% of Sodexo’s sites will be tackling food waste.

Get involved

Learn

With new material provided with the help of our external partners WW UK and WRAP, learn more about both our business and your individual impact on the environment.

Share

Get talking about food waste by sharing WRAP's latest campaign resources, designed with both our people and customers in mind. Speak to your line manager to download them from Sodexo_Net.

Shout

This is your opportunity to tell everyone what you have done! Speak to your line manager to record your activity, enter our competition and share the results with your client.


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2020 winners

We are delighted to announce that the Sodexo catering team at Diageo’s Shieldhall are the overall first place regional winners of WasteLESS Week 2020.

WasteLESS Week 2020 winners

Click below to discover the team’s WasteLESS Week journey.

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