Getting East Devon to recycle more of its metal rubbish

The District Council is pushing for higher recycling rates:

 

Help us collect more metal and recycle it into something new

 

As part of national Recycle Week (September 24-30), the district council and its partners SUEZ recycling and recovery UK, are taking part in a campaign calling on residents to recycle more of their drinks cans, food tins, deodorant cans, aluminium food trays, foil and metal jar and bottle lids in their green recycling sacks, which are collected every week from the kerbside.

 

From left, Harry Mcleman, assistant contracts manager at SUEZ; Kate Cole, programme manager for MetalMatters campaign from Alupro; Laura Bennett, SUEZ crewperson; Nicola Jones, packaging recycling education manager from Tata Steel; Cllr Tom Wright, East Devon District Council’s Environment Portfolio Holder; Brian Moore, SUEZ crewperson and James Gatter, assistant site manager at SUEZ

 

Help us collect more metal and recycle it into something new

   
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