The UK's leading online environmental news website covering recycling and waste management has a vacancy for a news reporter.

Joining letsrecycle.com's busy news desk, you will work on a daily news service for readers across sectors including local authorities, the packaging industry and recycling businesses.

Articles could focus on government plans for a bottle deposit scheme, tackling single-use plastics, climate change, through to council projects to improve recycling rates.

The ideal candidate will have trained as a journalist. You should be able to turn copy round quickly, have a high standard of written English and an interest in current affairs.

The post will also offer opportunities for travel within the UK, the writing of features for print titles, and video interviews.

Letsrecycle.com is part of the Environment Media Group – a business-to-business publisher and events provider – which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year.

We are based near London's Waterloo station.

How to apply:

Please apply by email with 'Reporter vacancy' in the header to steve.e@letsrecycle.com along with: a CV; some sample articles or links to online material; and a letter explaining your interest in the post.

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