The Association of Distributive and Environmental Bodies (ADEB) is the representative body for practitioners within the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF).
Established in 1999, ADEB’s role is to promote best practice and provide a source of information, education and training to members, help and support members with the day-to-day running of the LCF, promote the LCF’s availability and ongoing success and act as a collective voice on behalf of members.
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The Trustees seek to support projects that have as big an impact on the community as possible. Projects must be able to demonstrate strong community use.
The focus of the Trust's activity to date has been in the vicinity of Enovert's landfill sites in St Helens, Dudley, South Gloucestershire/Bristol, and Sevenoaks. Wrexham and Swansea were previously areas covered by the Trust, but the Landfill Communities Fund is closing in Wales from 1 April 2018 following devolution of a landfill tax and will be replaced with a new Wales-wide scheme (to be announced), so the Trust is no longer able to support projects within Wales..