Recycling news from July 2018

Recycling news from July 2018

Thank you to all our recyclers that returned printer cartridges to us in July! You all helped keep 14,525 cartridges out of landfill this month!

Our top ‘5’ recyclers were …

  • St John’s CE Primary School, Maidstone – £176.35
  • Chacewater CP School, Truro – £152.85
  • Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary, County Antrim – £121.00
  • The Richmond School, Skegness – £90.75
  • The Salvation Army, Clevedon – £83.00

In July our recycles raised a grand total 0f – £1,876.90! 

Our Roy Castle recyclers raised £113!

Look out for us in the September edition of PTA+ magazine! Our new advert goes live very soon! You can also find us on the PTA+ website as a recommended supplier. Visit their website for some more great fundraising ideas and resources –

Congratulations go to Mat Belica who has been drawn as the most recent winner to our ‘Day trip for 2 on the Northern Belle’ competition! We hope you have a great day!

We draw our ‘Day trip for 2 on the Northern Belle’ competition every 6 months and the next draw will be February 2019! If you would like to enter, visit the desktop version of our FB page and click the competition link on the left. Good luck!

If you would also like to have a new batch of school recycle bags ready to send out to pupils in September then please complete this form and we’ll send some to you –

WEEE Recycling –  Did you know? As we can’t recycle every cartridge at Empties Please, there is an alternative way that stops them going into landfill. Since 2016 manufacturers and suppliers of printer cartridges have a legal responsibility and duty of care to ensure that their used printer cartridges do not end up in landfill. If we are unable to recycle your product, contact the manufacturer or supplier and ask if you can them back to them under the WEEE Directive. They should then supply you with means to return the items back to them with no cost to yourself.

Thank you for recycling with us!





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