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The contents of our bins might not keep us all up at night, but London’s recycling is the stuff of hippy nightmares. According to Defra, only 33 percent of London’s household litter is recycled and we send 1 million tons of rubbish to landfill per year. With the sites accepting our trash under growing pressure, Sadiq Khan has pledged to send no biodegradable or recyclable waste to landfill by 2026. And there’s a growing movement of reusable-coffee-cup-swigging environmentalists on a mission to make us a zero-waste city. London’s first zero-waste Christmas market takes place at Hoxton Arches on December 8 and bulkbuy shops are opening up across town. Here’s how you can do your bit to zero in on household waste.