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Landfill Communities Fund

Established in 1997, Biffa Award has awarded grants totalling more than £140 million to more than 3,000 projects nationwide.

Almost 500,000 hectares of land have been improved for biodiversity - an area almost the size of Norfolk - and an estimated 265,000 people have directly benefited from project improvements.

Biffa Award is a multi million pound environment fund managed by Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts (RSWT), which utilises landfill tax credits donated by Biffa Waste Services. The aim of Biffa Award is to support projects that will be of lasting environmental benefit, improve quality of life and foster "vibrant communities".

Biffa Award Annual Review 2013 Extraordinary Stories, showcases project films by theme. Over 3,000 projects and their communities have benefited from Biffa Award funding - Visit the website.

RSWT – working for environments across the UK rich in wildlife for everyone - Visit the website.

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You can contact Biffa Award by visiting the website or alternatively you can call 01636 670000

For more information about the landfill communities fund and Biffa award, please visit the Biffa award website.

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