Bradford Environmental Action Trust (BEAT)

BEAT Contact Details

Whether you’re a business, a community organisation, a school or just an
interested individual, BEAT has a huge range of help, advice & services
to draw upon in the arena of climate change, waste and conservation.

Address: 198a Keighley Road, Frizinghall, Bradford, BD9 4JZ

Phone: 01274 487270

Email: info [at] beat.org.uk

Website: www.beat.org.uk

Location

United Kingdom
Projects

Bradford Real Nappy Project

Bradford Real Nappy Project can help you choose the best nappy system for you. Buying your own gives you more choice and greater savings, a laundry service, scores high on convenience with no extra washing. There are schemes available, which let you “try before your buy”, and we have links with local and national retailers. There’s an extensive choice on the web or by mail order or please contact us for advice.

Location

United Kingdom
53° 48' 5.5836" N, 1° 45' 36.738" W

Community Building Energy Support Programme

This 3 year project, starting October 2009 ending October 2012 will support community buildings across West Yorkshire and the South Pennine Leader Area to adopt good  energy management.  The programme offers free energy and water audits to community buildings, training on energy management and capital grants in the South Pennine Leader Area.

Location

United Kingdom

Forest of Bradford

Forest of Bradford is an exciting initiative to increase woodland cover throughout the district in partnership with local communities, organisations, volunteers and businesses. The project was set up in 1998 with the aim of establishing a sustainable wooded landscape in both the rural and urban areas of the district.

Over the last eight years Forest of Bradford and its partners have planted over 250,000 broad-leaved trees at over 250 different sites in partnership with a wide cross-section of the community. In order to increase woodland cover in Bradford to something like the national average we need to plant another 380 hectares; equivalent to 700,000 trees. In addition to new planting, the project offers advice on existing woodland management and can help draw in grant aid for this management.

Location

United Kingdom
Services

Community Building Energy Management Support

This programme of support includes energy audits, training and capital grants plus advice on external funding for sustainable energy projects.

Gift a Tree: Trees planted for all occasions

Gift a Tree with Forest of Bradford

For a gift with a difference that will last for generations and benefit our local environment why not 'Gift a Tree'. For just £10 we will plant a native broad leaf tree as part of a new woodland within Bradford district. We will ensure the establishment of your tree with a three year maintenance programme.

You will receive a card to mark your contribution to which you can add a personal message. You can even come and plant the tree yourself on one of our community tree planting days during Winter.

Why Gift a Tree?

Trees provide… new wildlife habitats, attractive green spaces, cleaner air, employment opportunities, a source of renewable energy and reduce flooding risks. They also create a sense of well being. How many gifts offer all this?
Forest of Bradford is an innovative community woodland project, working to increase woodland/tree cover in the Bradford District.

If you would like to Gift a Tree for Christmas, a birthday, wedding, anniversary, bereavement or any other event either visit our website or call or email us for further details.

web www.beat.org.uk
email: info@beat.org.uk

Tel: 01274 253440

Forest of Bradford is a Bradford Environmental Action Trust project.

Tree planting vol days with Forest of Bradford

For planting days and more information please follow this link to the Forest of Bradford section of the BEAT website: http://www.beat.org.uk.odin.webhoster.co.uk/bm/forest_of_bradford/planti...

Why Waste

The free online exchange for business waste in Yorkshire and the Humber region.

This service is free and matches businesses with waste to community groups, other businesses or recyclers who could utilise that waste as a resource. 

To begin finding a destination for your company's potentially useful waste materials or to find what others have to offer click here: http://www.whywaste.org.uk/index.asp