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On Friday 1st October, members of the Greycon team will be starting a collective walk covering the distance between Greycon’s London office and the office located in Athens. Each member of the team will contribute their steps towards the challenge, which is an estimated 3,466,000 steps covering 1,733 miles.

Walking for a good cause

The main aim of the London to Athens incentive is to raise money for WasteAid. To donate please click here to visit our London to Athens JustGiving page.

About WasteAid

WasteAid is an independent non-profit charity, set up by waste management professionals to share practical and low-cost waste management know-how with communities in low-income countries across the globe.

Around 1 in 3 people globally don’t have decent waste management.  

Pollution caused by waste harms people’s health, the environment, and damages the local economy. In contrast, an affordable waste management system is relatively simple to implement, improving the environment, creating jobs and protecting public health – particularly for children.

Plastic pollution in the marine environment is of major global concern, and WasteAid is helping tackle this global problem. WasteAid work with upstream and coastal communities to set up small recycling centres and help keep plastic out of rivers and the oceans. They also share skills in managing organic waste, helping people make the most from the ‘waste’ materials they have.

WasteAid share these skills with local trainers so that the knowledge can be passed on from community to community. They keep the cost of equipment as low as possible because $10 can make a big difference to the viability of a recycling start-up in a deprived community. WasteAid makes sure there are local markets for any products made from recycled materials, maximising the value to the local economy.

What do your donations go towards?

Here are three examples of how WasteAid will use your donations.

£100 – Could train an unemployed young person to become a city waste champion.

£500 – Could equip a community group to transform organic waste into useful products.

£1000 – Could provide machinery for processing plastic waste, keeping cities clean and oceans plastic-free.

Greycon’s contribution

Upon completion of the London to Athens walk, Greycon will be adding £250 to the donation pot!

Thank you

We would like to thank you in advance for all of your donations supporting WasteAid.

Weekly Updates

Weekly updates can be found on the Greycon LinkedIn page. These updates will show our progress so far alongside a leaderboard of the top walkers for the week!

Our LinkedIn page can be accessed by clicking here.