A north festival has become the first in Scotland to send nothing to landfill after the event.
More than 80 tonnes of waste was collected from the site at Belladrum which has now all been reused or recycled.
The attempt was pulled together by the organisers of the festival, Alness firm Pat Munro Waste Services and Highland Council’s Carbon Clever initiative.
The 12th Belladrum was held on August 4-6 near Beauly, with more than 18,000 people attending.
Munro’s used 100 industrial size bins and 26 skips were used on site but the clean-up process afterwards still took seven full days of litter picking by 40 staff.
In total 81.13 tonnes of waste was left, including more than 60 tents, 90 sleeping bags and mats and 85 camping chairs.
The bulky camping equipment was sorted, cleaned and sold on by Muir of Ord Scouts who raised more than £500.
The Indigo Project-Gambia charity also took away 15 tents to recycle, with remainder being donated to local collections for refugees.
All the cardboard, paper, plastic and metals were collected and sorted for recycling at Munro’s facility in Alness.
All other non-recyclable waste, including food, clothes and contaminated plastics was sent to Munro’s waste partners Binn Eco Park in Perth for use in their energy from waste process.
Veronica Symonds, Pat Munro waste manager, said: “We hope that the achievements of Belladrum 2015 can soon be replicated at all Scottish festivals.
“We look forward to continuing work with progressive organisations such as Belladrum and Carbon Clever, making changes happen and highlighting what can be achieved if we are more environmentally conscious.”