The cycling Southampton students picking up food waste
A group of students has set up a food waste project using bicycles to collect residents' kitchen scraps.
The group is from the University of Southampton and says it is in a bid to tackle the lack of options in the city to sustainably dispose of food waste.
About 100 households have signed up and the waste is taken to a local community farm to be used as compost.
The students, who operate as a not-for-profit company, carry out three collections a week and have so far recycled more than a tonne of waste.
Video journalist: Charlie Edmonds.
02 Feb 2020