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22Feb

press release 22/02/2017

 Local Green Points appointed by Kingston to deliver recycling rewards scheme  

Kingston Council has chosen award-winning engagement provider, Local Green Points, to provide a recycling rewards scheme for the Royal Borough’s 20,000 flats.  The new scheme will focus on increasing the amount of food recycled, as well as aiming to increase dry recycling and reduce disposal costs.
 
The scheme, which is being branded as “Kingston Recycling Rewards”, is funded through a grant of £188,625 which the Council won from the Department for Communities and Local Government’s £11m Recycling Reward Scheme fund. 
 
Kingston Recycling Rewards will be launched to residents in April 2017 with recycling and waste tonnages to be measured quarter on quarter.  Residents taking part in the scheme will benefit from a wide range of special offers provided by l
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18Feb

Resource 18/02/2017

 50 top recyclers in Bexley rewarded

The new recycling rewards scheme for residents living in houses in the London Borough of Bexley has identified and rewarded the 50 top recyclers over the last three months.
 
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17Feb

PRESS RELEASE 17/02/2017

 50 top recyclers in Bexley rewarded

 
The new recycling rewards scheme for residents living in houses in Bexley has identified and rewarded the 50 top recyclers over the last 3 months. 
 
The scheme encourages residents living in houses to take part in a variety of activities such as reporting their weekly recycling and taking textiles and electronics to local recycling banks, which helps the borough increase recycling rates and reduce the amount of waste sent for disposal. 
 
The more recycling activities residents take part in, the more points they earn and every month, the two top performing individuals are rewarded with £50 worth of vouchers. In addition, another 15 individuals win either £20 or £10 worth of vouchers. Winners can choose from a wide variety of vouchers covering M&S, Love2shop, Cineworld, iTunes and National Garden Gift Vouche
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04Feb

CIWM 04/02/2017

Warwickshire residents winning prizes for “slimming their rubbish bins”

Residents across Warwickshire have started winning voucher prizes by taking part in the Slim Your Bin campaign which aims to reduce the amount of waste in the rubbish bin and increase recycling.
 
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24Jan

Press Release 24/01/2017

Warwickshire residents winning prizes for “slimming their rubbish bins”

Residents across Warwickshire have started winning voucher prizes by taking part in the Slim Your Bin campaign which aims to reduce the amount of waste in the rubbish bin and increase recycling.
 
Since its launch in November last year, the Slim Your Bin campaign has been educating, advising and encouraging residents to reduce the amount of waste they throw into their rubbish bins each week.  The campaign is run by Local Green Points in conjunction with Warwickshire Waste Partnership.
 
Already more than 250 residents have signed up as “bin dieters”, reporting their recycling, looking out for contamination, reducing their waste and sharing their personal stories. The more they participate, the more points “bin dieters” earn, and each month the three “bin dieters” who have earn
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09Jan

PRESS RELEASE 09/01/2017

 Residents in West Norfolk urged to recycle their textiles to win donations for the Salvation Army

West Norfolk Recycling Rewards has launched a competition to reward residents in Kings Lynn and West Norfolk for recycling their old clothes and textiles using one of the borough’s 37 Salvation Army Bring Banks. Members of the scheme earn points for using the service, and for sending in a photo of themselves donating textiles they are entered into a competition to win a donation for the charity.
 
The recycling rewards scheme, which is one of 13 run by Local Green Points, encourages residents in the Borough to waste less and recycle more by rewarding residents for their efforts. Members of the scheme earn points when their community recycles more and wastes less as well as for reporting what they have recycled, reducing contamination and recycling their textiles. 
 
Residents from Kings
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14Dec

Let's Recycle 14/12/2016

Havering residents raise £9,000 for charity

Havering council has raised almost £9,000 for ten local charities and community projects as part of a drive to encourage residents to waste less and recycle more.
 
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13Dec

CIWM 13/12/2016

Local charities share £10,000 thanks to residents who recycle

St Helens Recycling Rewards has raised £10,000 for four local charities who received their donations at the Town Hall as part of a drive to encourage St Helens residents to waste less and recycle more.
 
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13Dec

PRESS RELEASE 13/12/2016

Recycling rewards scheme raises over £8,000 for local community projects


London Green Points - Havering have raised almost £9,000 for ten local charities and community projects, who received their winnings at Langtons Hall on Monday 12th December. The donations were raised as part of a drive to encourage Havering residents to waste less and recycle more. Cllr Philippa Crowder, Mayor of Havering, joined representatives from all ten charities and community projects to present them with a cheque for their winnings.

 

 

Members of the recycling rewards scheme have been donating their individual points to their favourite local charities and projects for the last 12 months, raising their donations. Saint Francis Hospice has won the top prize of £4,377 with second
favourite, the Havering Local Schools Fund bagging £1,318 and the runn

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09Dec

Eastern Daily Press 09/12/2016

Charities in west Norfolk have bagged £3,000, thanks to residents who recycle.

Members of the borough council’s West Norfolk Recycling Rewards scheme voted for their favourite charity from a shortlist.
 
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