The new Notting Hill Carnival project that could power 80,000 showers

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Organisers have teamed up with Veolia to convert non-recyclable waste into electricity

Visitors to London's famous Notting Hill Carnival could this weekend leave behind as much as 200 tonnes of waste, but a new initiative from Westminster City Council is to see the resulting litter collected...

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