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12Oct

Kingston neighbourhoods with highest number of 'green points' revealed

The Kingston neighbourhoods with the highest number of ‘green points’ from the council for taking part in recycling activities throughout the year have been revealed.

Residents south of the borough earned the highest number of green points from Kingston council, followed by Surbiton and Maldens and Coombe.....

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24Sep

larac 2018 awards shortlist announced

The local authorities and individuals shortlisted as finalists for this year’s Local Authority Recycling Advisory Committee (LARAC) 2018 Celebrations Awards have been announced.

The annual event, now in its tenth year, recognises the achievements and hard work of local authority recycling officers and their colleagues and partners over the past 12 months.....

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10Aug

Hornchurch Life 10/08/2018

Havering residents are being urged to redeem their rewards for reducing waste, as Havering Council’s London Green Points Recycling Scheme comes to an end.

Havering residents who are part of the popular London Green Points – Havering waste minimisation scheme are being encouraged to spend or donate their ‘Green Points’ before the scheme comes to an end in October this year (2018).

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07Aug

PRESS RELEASE 07/08/2018

7th August 2018
 
Havering residents are being urged to redeem their rewards for reducing waste, as Havering Council’s London Green Points Recycling Scheme comes to an end
 
Havering residents who are part of the popular London Green Points – Havering waste minimisation scheme are being encouraged to spend or donate their ‘Green Points’ before the scheme comes to an end in October this year (2018).
 
The scheme was introduced to encourage recycling and minimise general waste to reduce the cost of disposing of household waste in the Borough – which costs the council around £16m a year, and can increase by up to £1m every year.
 
The scheme rewards residents with ‘Green Points’ for minimising the amount of waste they throw away and recycling more. These points can be either be spent in the Green ...
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31Jul

Leamington Observer 31/07/2018

Myton Hospice receives £650 donation thanks to recycling residents.

RECYCLING has resulted in a £650 donation to Myton Hospice.

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23Jul

Let's Recycle 23/07/2018

Hackney charities receive £7,500

Five local charities in Hackney have received £7,500 worth of donations from residents who are part of Hackney Council’s Recycling Rewards scheme.

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18Jul

Press Release 18/07/2018

Press Release

18th July 2018

Myton Hospice receives £650 donation from Warwickshire County Council’s bin slimming challenge
 
Myton Hospice has been awarded a £650 donation on behalf of local residents who are taking part in Warwickshire County Council’s Slim Your Bin campaign. 
 
 
Left to right: Ruth Payne (Warwickshire County Council), Cllr David Reilly (Warwickshire County Council), Caroline Faulkner (Warwickshire County Council), Charlotte Ingram (Myton Hospice).
 
The Slim Your Bin campaign launched in November 2016 to Warwickshire’s five Boroughs and Districts, as part of a drive to encourage households to reduce their waste and recycle more. Since its launch, over 600 ...
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18Jul

Warwickshire County Council 18/07/2018

Myton Hospice receives £650 donation from Warwickshire County Council’s bin slimming challenge

Myton Hospice has been awarded a £650 donation on behalf of local residents who are taking part in Warwickshire County Council’s Slim Your Bin campaign.

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11Jul

Hackney Gazette 11/07/2018

Five Hackney charities share £7,500 thanks to people recycling

Five good causes have been awarded £7,500 in donations because of the Hackney’s recycling record.

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06Jul

Leamington Observer 06/07/2018

Residents encouraged to reduce waste 

THE SLIM-your-bin campaign is returning to Warwickshire to encourage residents to reduce their waste.

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