Recycle at home and away says Warrington Borough Council

Recycle at home and away

Recycle at home and away

First published in News

BOOST your recycling count by making sure you do it at home and work.


That is the message for Recycle Week which runs next week with the theme recycling at home and away.


Clr David Keane, executive board member for environment and public protection, says: “Recycling has rocketed in the last 12 months and we would like to thank everyone for their support. We hope that we can build on this success to reach our goal of 55 per cent recycling by 2020.


“Warrington residents are already great at recycling but we want to encourage even more people to use their blue and green bins as much as possible to reduce waste going into the black bin.”


Warrington Borough Council’s recycling team will be holding two roadshows for people to find out more.


They will take place from 11am to 2pm at Asda Westbrook on Tuesday and Warrington Market on Wednesday.


For more information visit recycleforwarrington.co.uk.

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10:23pm Wed 11 Jun 14

MikeJT says...

"BOOST your recycling count by making sure you do it at home and work."

So we will do a roadshow on it when most people are at work !!!!
"BOOST your recycling count by making sure you do it at home and work." So we will do a roadshow on it when most people are at work !!!! MikeJT
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11:03pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Daz@SankeyviaOrford says...

What are companies to do with recycled materials, WBC do not even give most work places a bin. The companies just pay millions in business rates and don't get a jot from councils . Good idea in principle but companies will still put rubbish in dumpsters and let the private waste disposal companies sort it.
What are companies to do with recycled materials, WBC do not even give most work places a bin. The companies just pay millions in business rates and don't get a jot from councils . Good idea in principle but companies will still put rubbish in dumpsters and let the private waste disposal companies sort it. Daz@SankeyviaOrford
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